A Day in San Francisco

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A couple of weeks ago, my sister and I took the train to San Francisco. We got off in South San Francisco and took the Muni to Pier 39, where there was the normal bustle of street performers, tourists with their point-and-shoot cameras and vendors trying to get through another busy day.

Though our main goal for the day was clam chowder and Ghirardelli ice cream, we took a detour to a funky little museum on the main strip. There was everything from Atari games to carnivals built with little toothpicks. It was awesome and oh-so creepy.

We ended the day with our good friend Ghirardelli. I had a chocolate shake and Kayla had a Sundae. Both were “delish,” but we couldn’t finish either one.

Enjoy some photos from the day, and don’t forget to say hello.

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a little reading on the train

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6 Responses to A Day in San Francisco

  1. justatitch says:

    Man, I love your photos! The ice cream shots make me want to go out for a midnight sundae or milkshake πŸ™‚

  2. Jen Howell says:

    AWESOME!!!!!!! you are amazingly talented and glad you are my friend!

  3. Layla says:

    I don’t like whipped cream, but that photo made it look tasty, anyway.

  4. lesliecallan says:

    These pics are great!

  5. Daan says:

    Hi there, Urban Hippie…
    Found your blog by chance while looking for Bohemian pictures, and found this very groovy. Love your pictures!!
    Will be coming for a peak regularly, i’m sure…
    Dan

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