The best part of our little mini-vacation with Justin was our trip up to San Francisco. We woke up bright & early & drove up before the traffic could get too bad. The first thing we did was visit the Golden Gate Bridge. Unfortunately, there was SO MUCH FOG that we couldn't even see it. Occassionally the clouds would move & we'd get a quick peek at it's majesty, but for the most part it decided to hide behind the clouds.
But the clouds didn't stop us from exploring & walking across the bridge. . . & of course from taking silly pictures in the process.
The kids were just happy to all be together. They are all so cute together.
After the bridge we parked in the city & found a Jack in the Box to eat lunch at. The kids were pretty hungry already & were begging to eat.
After lunch we explored Fisherman's Wharf & enjoyed the fun little shops there.
After Fisherman's Wharf we headed over to Ghirardelli Square for some chocolate.
Justin found a really cool pier over by Ghirardelli so we took an hour & just walked it. The views of the city from that pier were beautiful.
Justin was pretty excited about finding a crazy guy on our way back to the city. This guy was yelling at himself as he walked past. Justing thought it was pretty funny. He's a dork.
We found our cars & drove up to Union Square. We parked at the mall there & took everyone to Union Square (which was totally under construction) & into China Town for a bit of shopping. Tylee met up with us there & rode in the car with us down to AT&T Stadium for the ball game. It took us over an hour to drive 4 miles to the stadium!
We said our good-byes to Tylee & went to the ball game. It was by far my very favorite part of the whole day.
We had SO MUCH FUN. We ate hot dogs & pretzels & caramel corn & all sorts of amazing baseball food. The game was great. It was a little chilly, but so much fun to watch. The Giants lost, but we enjoyed every second of the game.
It was SO NICE having Justin & Cari here with their family. I love them & miss them SO much. I'm already looking forward to Christmas so we can go visit them at their new house in Lehi.