There's Really Nothing Like The Golden Gate
Both ends of the bridge provide endless opportunities. You would have to be completely inept to walk away without something that makes folks say, "Ohhhhhh my God!" Totally stunning location.
The Golden Gate at San Francisco
Ooooops, It Looks to Be a Real Storm!
Sunny Day at the Coast
Anyway, I never tire of roaming up and down Route 1. With birds soaring, sea lions barking and the wind blowing in off the Pacific. Talk about God's country.
If you have not been to Google video before, you may not know that there also is an option to select "more videos from this user" and you can see my earlier posts. I especially recommend the Christmas Greeting.
Anyway, Point Sur is the most magical place, especially at sunrise. "Just you and me Lord, just you and me."
It Costs WHAT????!!!!
Above the Santa Clara Valley
Dawn at Point Sur
But I digress.
When I looked out the door and across the valley I saw SNOW on top of said mountain. SNOW! We don't do snow here, it's hard on the magnolias and suntans.
A sign of the Apocolypse?
Photo is webcam atop Fremont Peak 9:50 AM PST
Meanwhile Back at Home...
The Booming Metropolis of Groveland in the High Sierra
In The Sierra
Settling Back into Reality
After a week of enjoying my brother's company and the glories of California, it's time to get on with the rest of life. My innner Bart, as in Bart Simpson, is not happy at the prospect. He would much rather play.
It is not just the routine of going back to the practice (honest, I'll get it right one of these days) of law, it's also all the other things that get to me.
While enjoying the time off last week, we had to put someone very close to me in a nursing home. Her name is Christine. (I give her name for those who are so inclined to include her in your prayers.) It was a frankly awful experience. She is 90 years old and had a psychotic dementia episode. It was no longer safe for her or us to have her in the home. Talk about sad and guilty feelings.
Folks, those are hard realities with which to deal.
So, Bart is a bit discontented right now.
But then again, there is several hours of video to edit (which will go up on Google when it's ready) and a bazillion photographs with which to work.
Can I tell a client to, "Eat my shorts?"