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    CLICK HERE to return to Haight Street San Francisco March 2002. Maggie's school break getaway vacation with her Dad:
    Haight Street San Francisco March 2002

    Napa accross the bridge.
    Rented a car for a day visit to the wine country for old times sake. Years ago we'd drive west and fill up on wine for the trip back home. Air travel leaves wine buying out. Saw no wine but heavy weekend traffic on every road. Seemed much less fun and more like suburban sprawl. Napa in particular was disappointing. The rural feel is gone, probably has been for years. The boutique (luxury) shopping outlets caught Maggie's eye. She did the Coach stop. Loved it. I snoozed in the car while she shopped after nice Napa-esque lunch.   (Continued . . . )
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    Golden Gate Bridge.
    Tower #1.
    Martin driving.
    Tower #2.
    Martin's travelling chair overlooks Point Reyes marshy field.
    ( . . . Continued.)  The best part was a swampy field near Reyes Point. Big expanse with mountains. No folks like at the beach we didn't get to. Found the Green Gulch Monastery (Zen) where a cousin lived/worked for years. They didn't know her. Stocked up on their incense and got a phone number to try and track her down. For under $100 a night SanFranciscans can hear dharma talks and participate in group zazen. Day visits on weekends and since this was Saturday they were moving in for a day of peace. Very pretty spot. Scary driving back in town because I didn't know which streets to avoid. Picked something (Division Street maybe) that just seemed to go straight up and never stop. Cross streets were something terrible because of the grade. Rounding the top it felt like a rolloer coaster. Cabbies and locals know the through (flat) streets to take. They should put this information on the map!   [CLICK HERE to return to Haight Street San Francisco March 2002 Home Page]
    Green plant.
    Bush and sky.
    Rough grass.
    Lone flower.
    White flowers.
    View toward road.
    Redwood forest.
    Trees and sky.
    Vineyards, sky and mountains with road traffic.

    A Personal Potpourri. A Personal Potpourri.
    Old photos, letters, clippings, greeting cards and other stuff too precious to discard. A Personal Potpourri is your Adirondack Guide's eclectic photo and writing place for stuff that just doesn't fit elsewhere in Fourpeaks Adirondack Backcountry Camps webpages. CLICK HERE for more Personal Potpourri.  CLICK HERE to meet Your Adirondack Guide.

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    Are you in this picture? Fourpeaks hosts now welcome paying guests to a 700-acre rest and playground for vacations in the Adirondack Great Camp tradition. Couples appreciate Fourpeaks secluded settings. Outdoor loving families have fun exploring our accessible wilderness. Folks with dogs enjoy the open spaces to run their pets. A private nature rereat. For a vacation away from it all.    Are you in this picture?  CLICK HERE to find out!    [More about this at Frequently Asked Questions.]

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