MORE OF SAN FRANCISCO

We saw lots of big smiles like this yesterday – at one point he told me he could throw his bucket list away and die today because this was such a great day.  Little does he know how much more fun is to come.

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As we knew they would, the tall buildings were impressive to J.  We walked around south of Market for just a little bit, and he got a taste of that environment.

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This was from North Beach, looking out at Alcatraz – it was a beautiful day, warm and clear in the City, but the fog was rolling across the entrance to the Bay.

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At the Golden Gate Bridge is was foggy, but when we looked up we could see a straight edge of blue demonstrating how the tower interfered with the movement of the fog all the way up there.  Super cool!

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This boy loved the bridge – this is just after he made his comment about this being the best day of his life.

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At the Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park we were back to sunshine.  Love seeing the blooming lily pad – I don’t think I ever saw that in person before.  Would have loved to wade in the water and got more close up shots, but I don’t think that would have gone over well with the park officials.

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This is the adult group (photo by J).  Looking a bit wind-blown I am, all those curly gray hairs sticking out!

 

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Categories: Daily life, Family Fun, flowers, Golden Gate Bridge, J, Outdoors, Photography, San Francisco, Travel | 1 Comment

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  1. SF is one of my most favorite cities. Looks like great weather…glad you are having fun.

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