At least the photos of the neat cars I was able to snapshot.
I’d no idea there was a Maddame Tussauds in the US, but I found one when we went back to the wharf yesterday evening!!
Mission Peak: 2600ft above Fremont(home of Tesla)! Concurred the hell outa that mountain! First hike ever too.
I think the California T looks good, ONLY when the top is up.
Watching Golden State and Cleveland. It’s very intense in here. The energy is very high. I’ve never been in a place like this for a finals game. Especially in a contenders home state.
HOLY SAN FRAN!!! So much to see! So much to do! And so much to NOM!!! Fishermans Wharf is seafood heaven. Pampanito and Jerimiah Obrien are a sight to behold. And the duchess crab.....I’ve never felt like a kid since I was a kid.
This is the most beautiful state I’ve ever seen. The vineyards and valleys are a sight, I’ve never had such great fish and chips anywhere (east coast doesn’t compare anymore), there’s many GT86s here, and I’ve not seen much in the way of interesting cars yet but this 356 and Chevy are a start.
Highlights from a drive/cruise/meet with five other F355s (and about twenty other cars).
Flying is really chill! I was scared for nothing! I guess I don’t fly frequently enough to be permanently accustomed to it or remember what it’s like.
Took some time to explore the former gravel quarry after which the park is named. There’s still some original equipment lying around, such as rail car wheels and some processing machinery. Some of the remnants have been repurposed as picnic chairs and fire pits.
I’ll be in the San Fransisco area for two weeks for work training starting June 5. It’s my first time in CA and the furthest west I’ve ever been. So if anyone wants to get together or show me around, this is probably the only time I’ll ever be there.
...to get the garbage bins through.
Had a nice little drive with my friend and his 991 Carrera GTS. Ended up in downtown Palo Alto for tea.
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Movers came to haul away some stuff for donation, so I had to vacate the garage. It was raining quite hard.
A surprising turnout for our organised group drive saw more than 20 cars with decent variety from an 80s Corolla GT-S to a 360 Challenge Stradale. Way too many 991 Porsches, but that’s really a testament to how good they are.
Cloudy, they said. Rain, it did.
Feels like it has been forever since the Bay Area had a sunny weekend. The stars aligned and I was fortunate to be able to go on a fun little drive.
Toyota has long co-sponsored the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway, a summer NASCAR road course contest. However, locals have lashed out against the event, which takes place one hour from the Berkeley campus.
Lunar year hit yesterday, but a scheduling miracle let me go on a nice early morning drive up the western hills of the San Francisco Bay.