Sunday, February 25, 2007

San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge

Golden Gate Bridge
The Golden Gate Bridge is located on U.S. Highway 101 and provides a link between the City of San Francisco and the counties to the north. Pedestrians (including wheelchair users) and bicyclists may access the sidewalks during daylight hours. The sidewalks can be accessed from the southeast parking lot or the northeast parking lot The walk across the bridge is 1.7 miles. A Gift Center is located in the historic "Roundhouse" on the southeast side.
Golden Gate Bridge

Saturday, February 17, 2007

Lone Pine California

Alabama Hills near Lone Pine
Lone Pine is the jumping off point for Mt. Whitney trails, over 10,000 people attempt to climb the 14,496 peak each year. Lone Pine also hosts the Lone Pine Film Festival, each October. Lone Pines offers spectacular views of the Sierra's and the Owens Valley.Lone Pine

Sunday, February 11, 2007

Stearns Wharf Santa Barbara

Stearns WharfNamed for its builder, local lumberman John P. Stearns when construction was completed in 1872. During the early years the wharf was used for passenger and freight service. Today the wharf is Santa Barbara's most visited landmark.Stearns Wharf

Saturday, February 10, 2007

USS Midway San Diego Aircraft Museum

USS Midway
The USS Midway Aircraft Museum is a must see for any day trip to San Diego. Located downtown at the the Navy Pier visitors are treated to 40 exhibits and 21 restored aircraft. This is a fun place to visit in San Diego the views of downtown and the bay from the flight deck are worth the price of admission alone. USS Midway