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Howdy Ya All!
It doesnt matter that the title above was from "Meet Me in St Louis", cos San Francisco had em first (thats using poetic licence you see)
Anyway the story about the cable car ride is this. But first of all let me digress for a wee minute. There are four cable car routes in SFO, and each has steel tracks like a tram, with another "groove" in between, where the cable is running. You can hear ...
... where were my blog-worthy hilarious anecdotes? Don't say they haven't been so far. Whatever. You had to be there.
With the exception of an intimate gig of no more than 30, and getting to meet the guys from Howler in the process - where I drunkenly offered to ***** out my drumming services if they toured the UK again - I had nothing even remotely amusing to report. Biking over the bridge with Madan (whom I had met in New York) was ...
... as I stopped and stood with the girls he just kept walking and ranting past us.
I love how no one notices that we are here as we seem to blend in even if we were wearing something outrageous. You just are and that's ok. Everyone seems to be doing their own thing, some talking their own language, everyone going their own directions, with different values, beliefs, interests and customs. However, it doesn't seem to matter and in fact it seems expected. I think ...
... to get ready for our tour to Alcatraz later that night. We wanted to be prepared and have many warm layers of clothing. Most of us got some goodies for the night of coldness. We headed back home to the hotel and tried to get some shut eye as we were all surviving on 3 hours of sleep.
We all didn't get much of a nap if at all but we got ready and dressed for our Alcatraz tour. I loved the tour the first time with mom and i still love it. Its ...
... pennies to eat, but it was all a front anyway. The meat thing is similar to what happens today, only I doubt it runs out.
To describe it, it's a bit like a Toby Carvery crossed with a greasy spoon cafe. You join the food queue first, tell the guy what you want, and armed with a piled high plate, you then go find a seat. Everything comes with a fresh bread roll. It was an ...
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