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Thursday, August 23, 2012


I've been on a break with the trip updates (SO MANY PHOTOS!), but I think it's time to keep moving along. I think I have about two or three more posts to wrap up the trip. Whew! Is that overload?

If you haven't guessed, I was frigid this day. I stole my husband's jacket too many times to count.

Isn't it pretty? I don't mind wandering around in the fog if I'm walking, but driving in it is a entirely different story.

The building above makes me think of Spain...and I haven't even been there yet! Are any of you from Spain or have you been there? Would this lovely green building fit right in with the rest of the architecture?

As if I didn't already know it, San Francisco made me realize how out of shape I was (still am--I'm trying to remedy that with my gym membership). I was huffing and puffing like nobody's business up and down the hills. Yes...up and down. I probably resembled a worn-out rag doll as I dragged myself up the hills and puttered back down the hills.

The climb was completely worth the effort. This is the view at one of the highest points of San Francisco looking out on the water right outside of Coit Tower.

I love how the fog blankets the bridge and boats in the water. Breathtaking, no?


Jess | the Jess Journals said...

Gorgeous! These posts make me miss SF so much! haha

Inés said...

Ah! Dannie, there is something about fog that makes me when you are almost sleeping but not totally sleep yet... everything looks surreal, and like you say, breathtaking!
Big hugs, sweetie!


Danie at Pasadya said...

Jess: Thank you! I thought the same thing about it.

Ines: Me's all a pretty, cooling haze. :) You described it so well.

Greta said...

These pictures are so beautiful, do as many posts about California as you want!!

Sarah Carlson said...

Wow, so gorgeous! San Fran is one of my ultimate hope to see places in the US! Thank you, Full House for starting that!

Liz Brown said...

Fog is honestly one of my favorite things.

As long as I don't have to drive in it.

Danie at Pasadya said...

Greta: Thank you so much! I'm so glad you're here! :)

Sarah: It really is a pretty place. Hope you get to go there sometime soon!

Liz: Agreed! One time I got caught in it at night, and I couldn't see any more than two feet in front of me. It was absolutely terrible!

Holly said...

oh Danie! These images are sooooo amazing. I would say definitely worth the ups and downs ;)

Thanks for sharing with us Xx.

alli/hooray said...

Oh wow, these are beautiful! Glad to have found your blog (thank you for the sweet notes today!).

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