Landing in San Diego
A Pretty City
Driving over the Golden Gate, first Night in
Many Views of The Pacific
Near Muir Beach
WW II and the spaces on the hills
Looks like a Pink Floyd Album Cover
I think there's a fisherman down there
Tim Walsh
The Wind blown hair look, ain't doing me any favors
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Never got to the Redwoods
Traffic
Alcatraz Island
The Many views
The Birds were swarming down on Pier 39
Lot's to do, plenty of Eats!
WW II Sub
It's even more impressive up close.
Thats a Pea Shooter!
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News of the Day
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Missed it by that much!
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Boudin Bakery, Sourdough heaven!
A New Years Menu out of 1979
Iconic
Da Goods!
New Years Day on the Bridge
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Our Jail house ver New years, hollow, cold and no WI FI!!
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My Cali Wheels
Da Cruiser
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Wish I coulda been right there on New Years eve.
About 20 feet behind me, the drop off was pretty &^#$% Steep!
The Gang, out for a Breather.
Amazing how tiny an Oil Tanker looks
Where  Big Ass Gun once resided.
Gun Turrets in the Mountain side
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Some Great Wood fired Pizza!
Leaving for Home.. bye Bye, San Fran
Landing in San Diego

The end of the almost 6 hour flight from Baltimore to Sunny Sandiego

A Pretty City

The view from my seat was incredible.

Driving over the Golden Gate, first Night in

This Bridge is so iconic, you see it so often on TV, in Movies, driving over it is something else. The traffic here is easily as bad as DC on any given day.

Many Views of The Pacific

As much time as we spent inside a dank cold trailer, working on an opening, these few moments in the sunlight, although chilly 30 degrees, and windy, the views were breathtaking.

Near Muir Beach

Nuff Said.

WW II and the spaces on the hills

The stories they must have told. Many a soldier spent time on these hills, guarding our precious coastal entry into San Francisco. It's great to see that they are taking care of these pieces of history, some better than others. 

Looks like a Pink Floyd Album Cover
I think there's a fisherman down there
Tim Walsh

My work partner, who has been with me through thick and thin with our job for more than 15 years.  He's living out in CA these days, and I hope it settles down for he and his family soon.

The Wind blown hair look, ain't doing me any favors
Never got to the Redwoods
Traffic
Alcatraz Island
The Many views
The Birds were swarming down on Pier 39
Lot's to do, plenty of Eats!
WW II Sub
It's even more impressive up close.
Thats a Pea Shooter!
News of the Day
Missed it by that much!
Boudin Bakery, Sourdough heaven!
A New Years Menu out of 1979
Iconic
Da Goods!

Avocado here is so fresh, so meaty delicious, you just want it in everything.

New Years Day on the Bridge
Our Jail house ver New years, hollow, cold and no WI FI!!
My Cali Wheels
Da Cruiser
Wish I coulda been right there on New Years eve.
About 20 feet behind me, the drop off was pretty &^#$% Steep!
The Gang, out for a Breather.
Amazing how tiny an Oil Tanker looks
Where Big Ass Gun once resided.
Gun Turrets in the Mountain side
Some Great Wood fired Pizza!
Leaving for Home.. bye Bye, San Fran