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... sign copies of his book so that settled it for us, we bought his book and the boys had him sign it and take a photo with him.
We headed out back to the boat/ferry and back to mainland. Was a really god afternoon and we all really enjoyed it.
Wandered back down towards Fishermans Wharf and found a pub like place to have dinner called "jacks".
... dipping chocolate with them, but still, I think its fair to say that we had fallen into a tourist trap. We loved those strawberries! We finished the day with a casual stroll up Taylor Street to home. This had to be one of the steepest hills in SF so there was nothing really casual about it at all, but was definitely worth the view as the photos prove. In the evening we were gifted to some live baseball with Madissen. Her company has a private box at the ...
... and no one was ever executed at Alcatraz although there were several suicides and deaths from disease and natural causes. After returning to the mainland I wanted to revisit some of places we had seen from the bus but didn't get to stop at. Looking at the map is very deceptive. We set off in the right direction, turned up a street that on the map looks like a long, straight road only to be confronted with a sheer cliff face. A friendly local said that there were some ...
... by your spouses,
and seek out support from other women all over you (they will know better
everything you want to listen to in any case, we men could be morons
occasionally.) Also, look at your attitude about meals and dealing out. If you
express that you "struggle" with simple yogurt, vegatables and fruits, etc.
Acai berriesSelect Lower will also be loaded with fiber, omega essential
fatty acids, natural vitamins ...
... that was where the bus departed from. Mary and George got seats up front under cover and we got one of the last seats available down the back.
We took off towards the Golden Gate Bridge, past the Trolley turn around area once again, past Ghirardelli’s chocolate shop and buildings which were once their factory, and eventually down the famous Lombard Street through a place known as "Cow Hollow", then a brief slow down in front ...