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... until we reached Pier 39, home to a small colony of sea lions. The first sea lions began “hauling out” on Piers 39īs K-Dock after the earthquake in 1989. Within a few short months, the number of sea lions grew to more than 300 and hit an all-time record of 1,701 in November 2009. We didnīt manage to see so many of them but it was still quite fascinating to see a bunch of sea lions chilling in the middle of the city. Let us mention a few interesting facts ...
... arrived at Pierce Ranch, the north tip of Pt. Reyes.
Meeting our naturalist, Frank, and started our easy yet long hike.
Labor Day, Curtis and I picked up yum yum freshly picked porcini mushroom by Steve, my mushroom go-to person. Those porcini were freshly picked at Sierra, they popped up after thunderstorm. Lucky us! What's not to like living in N. Ca. Wild mushroom, oysters, and tule elk!!!
... he was unable to attend the previous years special events as he was still on parole!).
After a great Alcatraz visit we popped back to our new favourite Thai restaurant for dinner and then decided on one last visit to the movies – I know...we are addicts!
(This time to see the lastest Planet of the Apes film – quite good but a little longer than it needed to be – just for anyone who is planning on seeing it... you ...
... driving us everywhere, showing us the true San Franscico as well as all the dining that we did. Thank you both - we will attempt to reciprocate when you are in NZ.
We got the hotel shuttle to the airport - prepared for queues through the security zones. Amazingly it was the simplest - carry on bags got scanned and you left everything in your pockets. Even the Vase, which shows up as a black shadow caused no alarm. Other flights were going through the ...
... but polite and friendly. They've shown consideration for every aspect of our movement around the city. Strangers offer their seat to those who they deem need it ( I was often the recipient of this much to my embarrassment, because of my damaged foot and also carrying Ellie); cars stop at every corner to allow pedestrians right of way across the streets - have not witnessed one bit of road rage - patience is the norm, and the service provided at every restaurant or shop could give ...