I said that I was, for a change, going to post all the photos from my adventure in San Francisco yesterday in the order in which I took them… except for that very first picture of the human skull in a bunny costume that I took in front of a Catholic church… but then I remembered that I took some pictures with my phone, too.
It’s just too hard to take selfies with my big camera. But, as you can see, these were taken right after I got off the Bart train, after traveling through the mud underneath the bay.
Now, we can resume our adventure where we left off in the last post. And yes, that was indeed a Mississippi paddle boat, in the San Francisco bay.
There is another icon of the city by the bay, Coit Tower, on Telegraph Hill.
Anyway, by this point, my friends having been delayed, I was just wandering along the bay in the general direction of their house, which happens to be on the other side of Fisherman’s Wharf.
I didn’t make it all the way to Fisherman’s Wharf… they picked me up right before I got there… but I have done lots of posts about that part of San Francisco, that is what the search bar thing is for. And if you want to know about Coit Tower…
Well, that is what that ‘Google’ thing is for.
I did happen to find something that I haven’t seen before. A really big, really awesome model of the federal prison on Alcatraz Island… which is funny… because the actual Alcatraz Island is like right there… in the bay.
The detail was stunning. Now, unfortunately because I have determined that nine is the correct number of photos to put in each post, I have to leave it here… or there… for now.