Blazing Orange Red Tricolor yarn and a pair of size 7 needles
iPhone, Ear Buds and Charger in Cute Etsy Herringbone Case
Canon Rebel DSLR with 50 mm Lens
D’Addario Steel Guitar String, 1.07 mm
a Dona Handbound Journal, Shminke Travel Watercolor Set, and Waterbrush
Dona Handmade Red Velvet Art Supply Bag
Faber-Castell, uniball and Prismacolor pens
Organic Parmigiano-Regiano (France, 0.49 lb)
Cowgirl Creamery Batch #9, (Sonoma County 0.4 lbs)
Black Box with 20 Assorted Recchiutti Chocolates (Ferry Building, San Francisco)
Black Bag with Three Recchiutti Micron Sliced Dried Pears Dipped in Lime and then Dark Chocolate
White Bag with Three Gruyere Baked Cheese Twist (Destination Bakery, Glen Park)
Red Leather Wallet with Cream Stitching
Dark Beauty Theo Chocolate Lip Balm
Red Nalgene Water Bottle
Navy Made in USA Handkerchief
Jackie O Style Sunglasses in Blue and Grey
Billowy Cream Scarf will Sterling Rose Print

What a luscious bag of wonderfulness!  The lovely part is I used everything in this bag today except the camera (thus no photos in the post).  Started the day with a sunrise drive to SF, breakfasted with Petra, Barry and Tila in their sunny Glen Park home and squeezed in over a year of catch up before swim lessons. Hopped on BART with Barry for a bit more chatting, then parted ways and met Lise at the Embarcadero Hyatt before strolling to the Ferry Building for gourmet food shopping and a fabulous grounding lunch at The Slanted Door.  We got there just before the lunch rush and landed a seat on the patio by the bay.  Enjoyed:  bloody mary, cruchy veggie rolls served with lettuce leaves, mint, rice noodles and a wonderful soaking sauce, muddled mint limeade, juicy chicken roasted to perfection with tamarind dippling sauce, Hodo Beanery tofu sauted with shitake mushroom, onion, chili and peanut, chocolate cake lightly encrusted with sel de mer topped with what we believed to be Valhrona chocolate ice cream accompanied by an unsweeted cardamom whipped cream. My god its good to live in a food mecca!   Got front door service as Lise dropped me off right in front of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass with Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women taking the stage as I strolled in.  Reunited with Petra and Tila for an hour more fof music and catch up before strolling to the deYoung and catching the 44 Muni back to Glen Park.  Drove south and met Tom, Donna and Jim at Highway 85 and Saratoga Avenue.  Tom then continued north and I shuttled the tired and happy hikers home.  Evolution Valley had been perfect, deserted, clear, very cold yet swimable in the afternoons and provided a phenomenal snow shower show Tuesday evening clearing to a pink mauve sunset with fantastic clouds.  I missed it, but enjoyed the stories and will cook dinner in exchange for picture viewing this week.  Somehow telling my story and hearing theirs on the way home was full circle and completed the trip for me.