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Day 3: Headed towards San Francisco today, drove through Castroville, the artichoke capital of the world....I called it gastroville by mistake, !, we battled horrendous rain on the highway so didn't see San Francisco today, instead we drove slightly north east to Vacaville and stayed with Teri and Kevin for the night.
Day 4: It is still stormy ...
... outside in the sun. Can't do that in Seattle!
The following day, Di's friend Misti took us to the de Young Fine Arts Museum in Golden Gate Park to see the annual Bouquets to Art, where floral designers interpret a work in the museum's permanent collection. The Victoria Art Gallery used to have a similar event although on a much smaller scale - Art in Bloom I think it was called. I don't know what happened to it. Seems to be ...
... in 38 years as they never stopped working until then. In fact, there are still half driven nails where they stopped the job abruptly.
By the time she died (peacefully at age 82) there were 160 rooms and lots of bizarre features including doors which opened against walls or two storey drops into a kitchen, stair cases which went up in the roof and stopped or went up and down and never actually went anywhere and windows which opened into ...
... who was convicted of tax evasion, his health depleted during his time in Alcatraz where he suffered mental health problems. The tour takes you around the cells, dining room and warden areas and you also learn about the wardens families who lived on the island too. San Francisco is definitely an eclectic city but after 3 days we had explored most of what it had to offer so we continued down the coast to Santa Cruz where we resided for the night. ...
... road signs kept warning us not to use air conditioning as the engine could overheat. They do like to dramatise and over egg things do these Americans: everything is awesome or shockingly terrible. The road and the accompanying view was awesome. (No, really, it was quite spectacular). Then we suddenly dropped from the mountains into the famed San Joaquin valley and all life disappeared. There was nothing to see as the land was completely flat. The CN 99 was as straight as an ...
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