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... hills of San Francisco and I couldn't help thinking how refreshing it was that they still allowed passengers to stand up on a tiny platform outside the cable car, simply hanging on to a bar. If people are sensible, they'll be safe. I had a seat (facing outwards) on the way out, but was standing on the outside platform on the way back. Between the journeys I had a wander around Westfield, San Francisco and was fascinated by their escalators which go up and down around ...
... we all refer to the fruit as just kiwifruit. This was a bit if a followup conversation from the night before when she admitted she had no idea how to eat kiwifruit.
Took a drive today and bought me a phone, got a decent looking one with a keypad similar to my one I've left at home for $30 not bad. Dinner was asparagus with lemon juice with raspberries and a chocolate taco filled with ice cream for dessert.
We spent ages in the ...
For my trip to Napa & Sonoma, Kayla decided to join me and I was glad to have a traveling companion. We headed out on Tuesday and promptly got lost in Oakland. Place is as gross off the freeway as it appeared to be from the freeway. After several circles around that same street (& a comical incident regarding children's birthday parties,) we made our way back to the freeway & into Berkley. I was informed that Berkley is a ...
... and even an old turkey who gobbles on command (the trained turkey was supposed to be dinner years ago, but now he seems to be more of a pet). Pat must be a little crazy or just have waaay too much money, because he built a series of ponds as well, put in a lock system so he can ride it up and down, and has a chris craft boat floating in the little pond so he can make lazy circles I guess. Either way, we're jealous. In Napa, we learned from a tour guide the truth in ...
... this must be where the money is). The light rain in the air reminded me of when I lived on the West Coast. This was the type of rain that you know will eventually go away - generally in three to four months. Well, when you are handed lemons, get out the salt and tequila. The strategy was to dress properly, adjust speed and enjoy. Riding along this route felt like 'old home week'. Passing the estates of my old friends such as: Robert Mondavi, Opus One, ...