San Fransisco Day 1

Jun 4th 2008 — San Francisco — 12:28 pm

After Yosemite we camped right outside the park in some national forest. In the morning we drove the remaining couple of hours into San Jose and found the place Davy had acquired back in Asheville. The next day we drove to San Francisco, a surprisingly scenic hour drive on Highway 280.

We had been blasting the AC all the way since San Jose was about 90 degrees. Arriving in San Francisco I suggested we try the windows. Rolling them down we were really surprised to feel that San Francisco was about 30-40 degrees colder than San Jose. It has its own weather due to ocean winds and the whole day I was wishing I had brought warmer clothes.

Fisherman’s Wharf San Francisco Boats Tait’s.  Davy at the Wharf Creepy Cityscape Cable Car Turnaround Street Corner From the Top of Lombard Street

2 Comments »

  1. Number one: Glad you made it to the Wharf. We have a proud Sulock tradition of wharfing.

    Number two: Could your pictures be any more awesome? I submit they could not.

    Comment by Rebecca — June 6, 2008 @ 8:15 am
  2. I really wish I could be in your suitcase as you travel! Your selection of venues is as awesome as your photojournalism.
    Well, OK, not in the suitcase. Maybe just in the back seat of the car as you don’t speed down the highways.

    Comment by Auntie Bink — June 7, 2008 @ 9:23 am

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