♪♫ On the Road Again ♫♪

Our current travel plans were established before Tahoe's snowmageddon and the timing couldn't be more perfect.

We finally get to see our children to celebrate Christmas, belatedly, and to explore the uniqueness of their neighborhoods. First stop on the road trip was to see son #1. Besides presents, dining well and family fun, we also got outside (where there was absolutely no snow).
We found ourselves at an amazing park for what turned out to be a Nature hike!

And we delighted in the early Spring.

During the neighborhood explore, we found one of the sweetest and saddest "Little Free Libraries" I have seen. It is dedicated to the memory of three year old Caemon who was lost to leukemia in 2013. This C is for Crocodile library is an wonderful tribute to a sweet little guy.
After saying our goodbyes, we headed south to camp in the town of Greenbrae, near the Larkspur Ferry. This will be our home base for going into San Francisco tomorrow. In the meantime, our view is of San Quentin State Prison (1852), the oldest prison in California. Interesting sights abound. I can't wait to get out in it all.

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Nick and Deb's Excellent Adventure said...

What a lovely area that is! Looks peaceful and perfect!

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