California Dreaming

A five-day vacation to northern California was just what the doctor ordered. My first real vacation in five years, and it was wonderfully relaxing. A few pictures from days in San Francisco, nights in Sausalito and one very eclectic Renaissance Faire.

The plane wing of a United flight, flying from Newark Liberty Internaional Airport to San Francisco International Airport, just entering the Rocky Mountains

The plane wing of a United flight, flying from Newark Liberty Internaional Airport to San Francisco International Airport, just entering the Rocky Mountains

A look up one of the many mountainous streets in San Francisco.

A look up one of the many mountainous streets in San Francisco.

A seagull rests on the corner of the Barrelhouse in Sausalito, California as fog rolls into the San Francisco Bay.

A seagull rests on the corner of the Barrelhouse in Sausalito, California as fog rolls into the San Francisco Bay.

The skyline of San Francisco, as seen from Sausalito, California, across the San Francisco Bay.

The skyline of San Francisco, as seen from Sausalito, California, across the San Francisco Bay.

A martini at the Barrelhouse in Sausalito, California, set against the skyline of Sausalito, the San Francisco Bay and the city of San Francisco.

A martini at the Barrelhouse in Sausalito, California, set against the skyline of Sausalito, the San Francisco Bay and the city of San Francisco.

A woman juggles during the closing parade of the Northern California Renaissance Faire

A woman juggles during the closing parade of the Northern California Renaissance Faire

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