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... easily seen. Nearby were some other rides so Ruth and JJ rode a roller coaster called Boomerang and a spinning ride called Tasmanian Devil.
It was now well after 2pm so we went off to find lunch. We had bought a package deal on line so we needed to find the appropriate retail outlet which was on the other side of the site of course.
On the way to lunch we passed by the lazy river and saw afire in one of the roofs on a nearby ...
... The supervisor in the lazy-boy did not move very often.
Busking with drums - Why busk with just a guitar when you can busk with a full set of drums - more noise!
Stretch Hummer - A Stretch Hummer with an open boot for the luggage - only in America!
Singing The Star Spangled Banner - Before the Baseball started.
3 midweek games in a row - all to full houses - 293rd sell out in a row! Super 15 can not match that!
... very tasty and warming for this chilly day. The good thing about this meal is that you get your chowder (fish and vegetable soup basically) in a small scooped out salt dough loaf, which you then get to eat when it's all finished. While we were eating we could hear the distant barking of the local California Sea Lions and after we finished we check them out at Pier 39, where there are half a dozen or so floating docks packed out with them. There are some interesting ...
... been worn as a top and a cardigan and a scarf. The sarong has mostly been worn as a scarf but in many different ways (I like to play with it) and also a skirt on laundry days.
The wardrobe has been more than sufficient at the moment, but it has been fairly cold, and our clothes mostly can bare wearing for more than one day.
My $20 boots (which were to hold me over till I got my Western Boots from San Diego) died on the way to San Francisco. Because ...
... the Golden Gate Bridge and a few other hot spots around the Bay City ! Not to mention all you can eat pancakes ...
my mouth is watering already .
Whew ! What a day ! Up at 7am and getting breakfast in our bellies by 7:30, fresh bagels, cream cheese, jam, and a cup of coffee - we left satisfied and smiling to embark on a walk around the city (note: pancakes didn't start until 8:30, we didn't have that kind of time to wait around .. i'm on ...