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Old 01-02-2013, 12:36 AM   #811
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With my inlaws here, the trip has been less hectic as they've pretty much fed the children every morning! So I've had the pleasure of finally reading your fab TR in detail. I appreciate the great detail in your writing style. Your photos are absolutely stunning. Love the ones of the lighthouse. Do you use a polarizer by any chance?

The Ano Nuevo State Park is something that we would love to do as a family as are all the lovely stops you've made.

You're a brave woman to drive on the wrong side of the road by yourself! Hats off for self exploration! I've tried several times to drive on the right hand side and it just makes me so stressed that I get stiff legs and butts...and yes definitely the worst bit is getting out if the carpark!

I'm taking notes on the Asian cuisine. Never know when the pesky 'need to eat Asian' genetic tendency will read its ugly head!
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I'm also a fan of the lighthouse photos.


The natural bridge/arch photo is also fantastic. Do you ever frame your photos; they're quite lovely.


I like Thai, mostly noodles though. I am not a fan of fried fish unless it's fish n chips.
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Very nice pictures from the Lighthouse.

The food porn looks very appetizing.
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Enjoying seeing off the beaten track scenery-I would love to return to San Fran and area and spend a couple of weeks just there in the future. I also enjoy days of just me moseying (sp?) about exploring. Love the lighthouse pics especially.
I hope you make it back there someday. Thanks for reading!


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What a shame you didn't get to see the elephant seals But it was good luck with the falcon! And I really enjoyed your lighthouse photos - hope you didn't get that poor docent into too much trouble!

That trail sounds like a nice walk, but probably not something I'll ever get around to actually doing There's a lot more I need to see in California first!
That docent didn't seem to mind too much. I think he was a photo-nut, like me. At least I'd like to think so....



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That pic of the light through the lighthouse lens is incredible!
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Looks like a beautiful day! The lighthouse pictures were spectacular!
It was a beautiful day. The temperatures were in the high 80's/90's; but there was that light breeze off the Pacific, so it didn't feel anywhere near that temperature at all.



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I love the lighthouse pics! I agree it would be a great place to catch a sunset.
I keep saying that someday....I'm going to catch a great sunset on the Californian coast. Hasn't happened yet!



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With my inlaws here, the trip has been less hectic as they've pretty much fed the children every morning! So I've had the pleasure of finally reading your fab TR in detail. I appreciate the great detail in your writing style. Your photos are absolutely stunning. Love the ones of the lighthouse. Do you use a polarizer by any chance?

The Ano Nuevo State Park is something that we would love to do as a family as are all the lovely stops you've made.

You're a brave woman to drive on the wrong side of the road by yourself! Hats off for self exploration! I've tried several times to drive on the right hand side and it just makes me so stressed that I get stiff legs and butts...and yes definitely the worst bit is getting out if the carpark!

I'm taking notes on the Asian cuisine. Never know when the pesky 'need to eat Asian' genetic tendency will read its ugly head!
Thanks for checking in when YOU are on holiday. Really appreciate it, shushh.

Brave? Yes.....that is one way to look at it. I guess I've driven on the other side of the road on every US trip that it just seems like riding a bike to me now.



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I'm also a fan of the lighthouse photos.


The natural bridge/arch photo is also fantastic. Do you ever frame your photos; they're quite lovely.


I like Thai, mostly noodles though. I am not a fan of fried fish unless it's fish n chips.
Thanks. My photos? We have a wall that has DH's pictures. He was the photographer in the family until I started taking pictures in 2010. But I've pulled out about 20 of the pictures I like best from 2012. I'll need to think about which ones I get enlarged. Might settle for about 3 or 4 of them.



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Very nice pictures from the Lighthouse.

The food porn looks very appetizing.
Thanks Bret. I really enjoyed all the stops I made on this day. The Monarch Butterflies and the Lighthouse would be my favourites.
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Day 7: NorCal – San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf

Hitting the Breakfast Snag #1 - Still no Bacon!




We started the day early with the hot breakfast buffet. This was our third ritual morning catch up for DH and me.

Every morning, DH would grab the eggs and/or cook some oatmeal.
Every morning, I would wonder if bacon would be served. DH would patiently sit there and listen to me oink on about the razorback cuts of not serving non fatty crunchy goodness.


This morning, there was STILL no bacon and I ruminated about the snag in my breakfast.






Fortunately, there was the French toast and maple syrup to console me this morning.







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Hitting the Breakfast Snag #2 - Life in the No Go Zone




Today, I hit peak hour traffic on the 101 at around 8 am in the morning. It took me 20 minutes to travel 2 miles and I gave it up as a very bad joke. I dont know how they do this every morning.



It was definitely life in the no-go zone on the 101 for me!




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The Travelling Public




I was heading for the downtown area today. Normally, I catch the CalTrain to the 4th and King Street station but I had wanted to drive towards Millbrae station and catch the BART into town. Sadly for me, things didn’t quite turn out the way I expected this morning.

So, after being stuck in traffic for 20 minutes, I took the next freeway exit and made for the nearest Caltrain station.



Catching the CalTrain into the 4th and King Street station leaves you with the options of getting into the San Francisco tourist areas by the MUNI light rail into the Embarcadero area or by a MUNI bus into all quadrants of the downtown.

In recent years, I’ve taken to catching the 47 MUNI bus to Fisherman’s Wharf. I like San Francisco public transport. It gives you so much scope to check out the travelling public and to enjoy the journey as much as the destination.


Today was no different. I got to see:
  • My alter egos from different universes – the ones that are the hip and sleek versions of myself; as well as the bag lady versions of me.
  • The sad homeless men, who leave a trail of stink behind. The ones that no one wants to make eye contact with.
  • The early twenty year old girls that find seats…8 seats away from each other. This is the Facebook generation – the ones that are LIKE every other word and LIKE have no concept of privacy. We are treated to…LIKE….their stereophonic conversations all over the entire bus.
  • The group of sweet autistic children that sit next to me trying to make eye contact. Ready smiles break out in delight when they get a smile in return. Sadly, the boy next to me is frothing at his mouth. Literally. I watch the milk bubble trail down. The minder makes eye contact and shrugs a smile. They get off at the next stop.
  • I like the cougars when they get on later in the journey. Their heels on their shoes make me dizzy. Tall sharp steeples that give me vertigo. How do they manage to stand on the joltin’ bus?
  • Faces of different races blur around me. No one makes eye contact.


Another turn in the journey and I am where I need to be.






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The Crabby Patty #1





I got off at North Pointe, a couple of blocks down from where the F-line tram terminates at the Wharf.





It was still fairly early in the day and I wasn’t really sure where I was going to be heading to. I made my way here….





….and took stock of my surrounds. Another gorgeous blue sky day, and another 90 plus day expected in the City by the Bay.






I wasn’t interested to head towards the tourist trap of Pier 39 today, so I made moves towards the open air seafood stalls.






This time of morning is always filled with the redolence of fishy-ness.






The early morning preparations and displays are in play.






It may surprise you to know that there are some inhabitants of this hotbed that does not appreciate interferences with the preparations.






I was to find out that there was one rather sharp inhabitant here. One rather crabby cook decided that he didn’t want his cooking crabs photographed.






He had been stirring the crabs until I came along. I even asked him if I could take a picture; but he ignored me and left the crabs in the hot water and walked away.

Don’t get me wrong. I normally am very respectful of people’s views where photography is concerned. But this crabby cook just rubbed me up the wrong way. If you don’t want your things to be photographed, say so….don’t just ignore and walk away.


I waited him out…afterall, I had time on my side and he….well, he effectively had 15 minutes or the crabs would be overdone. And to make doubly sure that he couldn’t refuse or ignore me, I bought me some crab insurance.



Mr Crabby Patty was not happy but that’s the way it turned out. I was now a bona fide customer and he couldn’t say no. Afterall, he was cooking pretty much in the open and as far as I know, anyone is allowed to take a picture out in the open.






But the laugh was also on me. I paid about $6.75 for that crab cup to photograph crabs being freshly cooked. The crab meat was not good. Turns out I got yesterday’s crab cup leftovers!










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Musee Mecanique





The Fisherman’s Wharf area constantly amazes me. There are so many facets to this area that I always seem to discover more about what’s here every time I come. I’d decided to stick around Pier 45 today and walked into here.






Until this visit, I had never walked in here as I had thought there was an entry fee involved. Turns out it’s free.

This place is a veritable Aladdin’s cave of all things coin operated. Entry might be free but it is a for-profit museum. Be prepared to spend quarters!
I understand that this is an individual private collection that used to be housed over at Cliff House, Golden Gate Park and moved over here in the early 2000’s.






There are all sorts of antique slot machines here; and every one that I looked at was in amazing condition and full working order.

There were all sorts of penny arcade games and amusement hall attractions….
Remember the fortune teller machines?

I haven’t seen a Grandmother fortune teller since I was a little girl!






The Wizard Prediction was also tempting; but I managed to resist falling under his spell.






The Love Tester Machine was also another one that I left alone. Afterall….I didn’t really like any of the options on display. None of them seem to fit…Me!






The Asian in me was intrigued by this machine.











Maybe I did put in a quarter in here and was disappointed by it.


And as we were in the Halloween season, this scene seemed appropriate. But scared off by the Opium Den, I gave this slot a miss.






Not this one!







Afterall….it had THE BEST play-me sign I saw in here!






The Song of the Prairie?







Well…..with the cowboys around the campfire cooking baked beans, I think you can imagine the noise….er…..music that sounded from this machine. And after I parted with my quarter, this machine was easily the most popular player from the other people around. Seems like we’re all easily amused.




But the ones that intrigued me the most were the machines with scenes constructed out of toothpicks.











This fully functioning amusement park was a delight and well worth the quarter! The rollercoaster, ferris wheel, whirly bird, train, strong man and more all worked; and left me pondering how anything was still in such good working order after nearly 100 years.







And then there were the trips down memory lane into the past…..and how people socialised and met their life partners!







The sign says it all! Not quite politically correct in today’s age; but it shows what a simpler age it was then.





I could have easily spent more than the 60 minutes and $1.50 that I had passed in here. This place was definitely somewhere to come back to with DS and DH. They would be as equally amused with this place as I was.





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Oh the good old days. Too funny.

I'm still drooling over the crab too.
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Oh the good old days. Too funny.

I'm still drooling over the crab too.
Thanks...yes, the good old days. And you know there might be another crabby patty story to come!
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Around Fisherman’s Wharf




I thought you might enjoy some of my other pictures from around the Wharf this morning.

I came out of the Musee Mechanique and took a look at the USS Pampanito.






One of Jonathan Livingstone Seagull’s cousins came to play. He was definitely trying to tell me something.






He was giving me the evil eye and it became evidently clear that it might be time for a visit out to the Rock NEXT time I come. I'm long overdue for the boat ride out there.






I always like to go looking for the fishermen. They really do exist here….






…or at least a view of their boats does.






The last time I was here, the sea lions were frolicking around in the water. It’s been quite a few visits since I’ve seen the hordes over by Pier 39. The numbers seem to be dwindling every time I come and the sea lions seem to be going elsewhere now. A shame really. I miss the noise they make. BTW - that Tall ship is the Balclutha, over by Hyde Pier.






You really can’t escape the main drag.






I do try to avoid the tourist trap shops but I’m always a sucker for the sweet lolly shops!






The Cannery is another area that I like to visit for a little down time.






This courtyard is always a quieter haven away from the bustle of the Wharf area.






The olive trees are rather old; and I always wonder what it would have smelt like when the cannery was working. I always imagine the smell of peaches in the air.






And whilst I was here….given that I had spent time in one museum at the Wharf already, I figured it might as well be museum morning today! I had another museum stop in mind.






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Maritime Museum, of sorts





The San Francisco Maritime Museum is situation at the end of Hyde Street. I had visited it previously and was not in the mood to head down the pier again. What I hadn’t realised was that this museum comprised of a number of location; with the Visitor Centre located at the corner of Hyde and Jefferson; in the Cannery building.

I walked in and was surprised to find that there was a ranger in residence. Believe it or not, this really was a National Park! The display in the Visitor Centre was pretty interesting. It tells the story of San Francisco’s colorful and diverse maritime heritage.






I spent some time in here checking out the various information boards and displays.











And learnt a whole heap of stuff about the wharf and the different things the wharf was used for.

Transportation of cargo such as gold…..







….food….







…and feed for livestock.







It was also used as a main passenger port.







What I didn’t know was that San Francisco wharf had been a major manufacturer of rope. But I guess it makes sense as all those ships needed rope!











I’d spent more time examining the displays than I planned and thought to head over to the Maritime museum building just down the road….







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NOT the Maritime Museum (Ghirardelli Square)




I had forgotten one rather important thing on my way to the Maritime museum building.






Clearly, I was NOT going to make it to that white building. Instead, I opted for a little snack. Afterall, it was a hot day.






The snack ended up being my lunch. I also enjoyed a free sample of Peppermint Bark. I think I even came home with a packet.






I was amused to see the fire going. Did I mention it was a hot day? I think the day was pushing into the 90’s by this stage.






Despite the hustle and bustle down the other end of Tourist Wharf, this side was rather quiet.






Just how I like to do my sightseeing. I did take some time to check out a couple of shops here.







Did you know that there are 4 separate Ghirardelli chocolate shops just in this complex?






I checked out the time…







…and decided it was definitely time for me to push on with my day.








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I'm really enjoying checking out all the sights you've seen in San Francisco - it's giving me heaps of inspiration for our trip in 2014
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