San Francisco

Today was another great day. Traci, her sister Tricia, her brother-in-law Brad and I drove in to San Francisco to do a little sight-seeing (they’re all locals, so were basically doing it on my behalf, being the kind and generous people they are).

Thanks Tricia, for the photo!

I couldn’t believe how cold the wind was coming in from the bay. We left Folsom and it was 97 degrees. By the bay it couldn’t have been more than 65. Amazing difference for being 100 miles apart.

We then had an unbelievable dinner at their favorite restaurant, the House of Prime Rib. I’d been hearing about this place for a long time (from Tra, who raves about it), so it was fun to finally experience it. And to experience it with some of the most amazing people I’ve ever met made it especially nice.

Thanks again Tricia!

After dinner we drove down the famous Lombard Street – the craziest hilly street in San Francisco. After cruising around Fisherman’s Wharf for a while, they drove me to the airport.

Traci and I said our goodbye and now I’m off to Hong Kong for some sightseeing, and then to Surabaya and Jakarta, Indonesia for a week.

Thank you Greg, Lynne, Tricia, Brad and all the others I met on this amazing trip for your hospitality, generosity and kindness. I look forward to seeing you all again soon!


~ by robertwindel on August 12, 2008.

2 Responses to “San Francisco”

  1. Jealous! I still haven’t been to the House of Prime Rib!Have a safe trip and Josh and I will see you when you get back!

  2. We loved meeting you and the feelings are definitely mutual. You are welcome here any time! In fact, we already miss you :) Safe travels!!

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