Wednesday, March 4, 2009

The fog has rolled in...


This is a picture of the fog rolling through San Francisco. I selected this picture to share because I am missing the Bay Area and my friends, and I am struggling to find the energy and creativity to find something to write about...my mind is foggy. My neighbor took the photo above and the one directly below...if I didn't know he took these I would think they were photoshopped.
In years gone by I played golf regularly in San Francisco and from one of the holes you could view the Golden Gate Bridge. I lived in SF (by the way don't call it San Fran) and in various other cities in the Bay Area. I never grew tired of the views. When I lived in SF I would walk/jog the Lyon Street steps (all 288) for the view. I made this trek several times a week.
Remember, what goes up must come down...especially when your flat is at the bottom of the steps.
The view below is from the top of the Lyon Street steps.
A spectacular view of the bay!

Thanks for stopping by...
Renee @ Cottage Lifestyle

6 comments:

PJ said...

Beautiful photos! It is an idyllic place, isn't it? If it wasn't so darn expensive...and all the way across the country, I'd live there! PJ

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Raggedy Girl said...

Beautiful pictures and I haven't been to San Francisco in about two years. I miss it too. It must have been wonderful to live there.

Have a Wonderful Wednesday
from Roberta Anne

Susan said...

SF is beautiful! I was there once long time ago! And the drive from LA isn't to bad either!

Tricia Anne said...

Augh!! You are posting pictures of MY home too!!! :o) I am from Marin/Sonoma County and let me tell ya, I really miss that fog rolling in. It was magical! Loved the pictures! :o)
Sincerely ~ Tricia Anne

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

My hubby and I lived in Alameda for 5 years, and he lived in the Sunset District before that. We loved "the city" and have many found memories there. We just couldn't afford a home!