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... shot, Unicum, etc....you get the idea. In return I will dedicate this drink to you and post a photo or video of me drinking it here, thus making you a part of my adventure. Of course if you just want to watch that's perfectly okay too.
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... woken by Chris, so we decided a little walk up a very long hill was needed! We had intended to get the cable car but computer said no so we walked to Lombard Street, wiggliest road in the world. This was a gruelling walk up (that really is an understatement) 5 blocks but we told Frank it was only a couple! The view was amazing. We now had a big hunger on so we started the short walk (well that's what ...
... br> Tonight we are camped at Mammoth lakes, it's beautiful here. We are still at around 7500ft. It is nestled in the woods and there are signs everywhere warning us about bears an not to leave food in cars. It reminds me a lot of the summer vacation towns you see families go to in the movies.
Tomorrow we start descending down towards Death Valley to kick off the hottest part of the trip! (Thankfully it will be dry heat instead of the 90% humidity in New Orleans!)
... Square....a wonderful meal to end our time in San Fran! How LOVELY that he invited me out here!! And that I had the strength and stamina for such an exhausting trip means the world to me.
I walked to Café Greco for breakfast, thinking I'd finish the trip with the same wonderful food I started with...more of that great smoked salmon on top of scrambled egg. I don't know whether the food or the coffee was more perfect; it was an amazing trip on every count.
After the bike ride will found the coolest lookout point of the Golden Gate Bridge. I took tons of photos oblivious that the scammer camera guy had messed with my setting and my camera wasn't taking in Raw format anymore. Anyways it was beautiful and felt similar to being in the Rocky Mountains and feeling so small and insignificant. That feeling is hard to describe, it’s a feeling like none other- like I am gone and in my place is a ...