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... the BART for US$8.65!!
While transiting to the city, it was interesting to see the rows of houses that permeate SF. It is such a 'planned' city with rows and rows of houses - reminded me of the 'Little Boxes' song written and composed by Malvina Reynolds. This 'arrangement' continued all the way into the central city. It made it easy to get around. SF is such a walkable city with most attractions in the wider 'Downtown' area ...
... while in the US, was some wooden boat restoration courses, so I started chatting to one of the people working on the boats to find that they were a rowing club that only raced in these old rowing skiffs and that every Tuesday evening a group of volunteers came by to assist in the maintenance and up-keep of the boats.
Well, as it was Tuesday evening. I decided to join them.
... the waterfront and along all the piers. Pier 39 in particular was full of interesting shops & was where Dave bought a souvenir baseball. We were happily exhausted by the end of the three days and were very sad to wave Paul & Jean off from the Fairmont (especially as we had to downgrade to the YHA). We hope they enjoyed their holiday as we sure did! We had one day left to relax and do a bit of research about South America before we flew to ...
... got to the camper place, we are both ****** off to the max, rattle off the problems with the van, end up meeting the CEO, and then end up getting an updated version of our camper. Similar spec but a lot newer and a lot better. Who says being a moany ******* doesnt work??? so we are on our way across the states in our new Blinged up RV. After a reconsideration of our time with the camper we have decided to ditch it earlier than expected, it means we have to drive ...
... tired out and decided to get a quick pizza for dinner before heading into bed.
17th June – Lake Powell & Horse Shoe Bend
Next morning we woke up and had a large buffet breakfast. We then drove about 15 miles to a canyon called Horse Show Bend. As with the Grand Canyon, the Horse Shoe Bend was also created by the eroding power of the Colorado River. This site was very impressive. A very steep cliff overlooking the green coloured water made ...