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... and etc now allow your liquids without question, you don’t have to take off your shoes anymore, etc. Not in SFO. Wait to be checked-out and wait in another line to be checked-out some more. (For the record, I don't mind all the checks for the most part -- they can take my blood each flight if it means it keeps me and others safe) We had an evening flight from San Francisco to Salt Lake City and then 50 minutes later caught another flight ...
... this certainly wasn't Canada. We went up to the roof and saw the city, people watching had never been more entertaining. It was then time to meet Nancy's friend at a bar across the street. I do not like American Bars, white girls dressed to the nine bouncing out of time with the beat and boys standing on the edge watching. That is just not how it is done. I feel very out of place in this city. I miss Halifax
We walked along the ...
... with sunburn! There was a stage set up in the middle of the square and also a little artist's market. On the stage, a taiko dojo, Japanese drum group performed. I'd taught my students about how they make these drums earlier this year. If you haven't heard of it, you should check out YouTube! It was interesting to watch the performers at first, but it became quite repetitive, and the performers really get into ...
... took out their blankets and slept immediately (they had probably prepared for this. It was quite a funny sight to see. By 5pm, the queue was so long I can't see the end anymore. People continued to queue even though only 50tickets would be sold. We all had to wait all the way till 730am for the ticket counter to officially open. Talking about kiasu, I think the Americans totally beat us into ...
... to pay the entrance fee. As soon as I walk under the sign I realize what a majestic place this is. The height of these trees is unfathomable, you can stand at the bottom and not hope to see their full length. The path through the trees is a raised dock made of wood from fallen trees in the park. Along a miles of walkway signposts discuss the history of the park and new threats facing the ancient trees in the modern era. The popularity of the park has enabled the NPS to raise enough money ...