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... chairs waiting. Perfect. Better still- coffee only $3.15! A little visit to Walgreens for some necessaries then feet up before 4 hour tour. The tour was excellent with several stops including Golden Gate Park and bridge. Had dinner at a beaut 50's Diner not far away. We have included some pics of the Mission District architecture. There are a couple of the Golden Gate, Twin Peaks lookout including a wedding and our 50's - 60's ...
... and this just seemed hilarious… these two adventurous guys out on the trails with nothing but the bare essentials aaaand a coffee maker. I guess you had to be there.
Then I got chatting to a couple of guys from Canada. (It was a little bizarre that evening, there were no girls around at all) So these guys were from Alberta and were telling me what it was like there. I really enjoyed chatting with them, they were a lot of ...
... and present") oh well. Maybe I'll go back and edit it all later on so it flows nicely, makes sense and isn't overly disjointed. Apparently with this blog site I'm using you can get it made into a book with photos and have it delivered. How cool!
Gus and I arrived at lax at 3am due to our flight being delayed for 4 hours. We hired our car and drove to our accomodation for the night. It was in a bit of a dodgy neighbourhood in la (like 10 mins from the ...
... line - yay!
Cinnamon Bun - let's just say I'm still looking for the one to beat the UofA CAB one, Sugarbowl YEG one is not bad - better than this one. Tartine's - surprisingly oily and greasy. Coffee - good but have had better in other SF places.
In the box - lemon pie & banana cream pie tart-sized. Awesome! Still dream about those.
... is stressful and the cost of living is tremendous and all the while I need to keep focused on spiritual things. Sometimes the stress gets to me and when I reach that breaking point, I need to get away.
San Francisco gave me some fresh perspective and enough of a break to recharge my batteries and see myself through until the next major trip. 4 days isn't allot of time but when you consider the fact that I maintain a weekly schedule of working 6 days a week ...