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... s Wharf. It is like a magnet that pulls you towards it. Conversely, there seems to be a push force when trying to get back to Powell / Market Street. We had discovered this phenomenon back in 2011 and experienced it again two days ago. The other day we had ended up at the Ferry Building (having caught the ferry) and wandered without thought before we realised we were at Pier 39. We intentionally tried to avoid Fisherman's Wharf and struggled to get a streetcar to Powell. It took ...
... such a grand adventure: traveled to many new and wondrous places, met so many kind and generous people, reconnected with so many dear friends, and learned that my limits were not as narrow as I had once thought.
My sincerest and most heartfelt thanks to all who sheltered me, fed me, and shared their lives with me. Every one of you is so special to me. Thank you.
my special thanks to Larry and Ellen, who cared for my home and my little dog as if they were their ...
... the city skyscrape scene giving grey silhouettes of the tall buildings.
For some reason the ferry slowed right down as it ...
... trusty jeep we went. Kewl factory. I DO LOVE Jelly Beans so thought this was going to be a good venture. Should have realized when I saw somewhere upwards of a bazillion 'rug rats' that things were NOT going to be as smooth as I counted on.
The 'factory tour' seemed like a good idea so we got in this snake-like line---I didn't realize it at the time but Bonna was standing so that she covered up the sign that said, "you are one ...
... 160;Of course, the icon of Our Lady of Perpetual Help was entrusted to the Redemptorists by Pius, the something or other. I have since gotten the two images straight in my mind. Holy Redeemer--- Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Polish community--- Black Madonna or Our Lady of Częstochowa. This is not to be confused with the Brazilian Our Lady of Aparecida found by the three fishermen ...