Following our workshop today in Palo Alto, I meandered north to the Golden Gate Bridge. What a magnificent land we inhabit!

Golden Gate Bridge

Sunlight through the trees at Cavallo Point

The history of Cavallo Point / Fort Baker is fascinating!

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2 Responses to City by the Bay

  1. The Golden Gate Bridge is gorgeous. I used to live up in the Bay Area and drive up to the city and take Ferry rides under the bridge. There are also so many great places to eat.

    I love San Francisco. 🙂

  2. carl goldson says:

    i have also been to the golden gate bridge… San Francisco isn’t rated highly enough. Cant wait to visit again.. Much rather live in San Francisco then UK…. =/

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