Friday, July 7, 2017

A Little Fun at Land's End

Gentle friends, our 4th of July started off with a little breakfast at Louis' down at the beach overlooking Land's end, The Cliff House and points west..... we went with some friends that have lived here in the City for years, but have never been..... here are some snaperoo's...

... Louis' sits alone overlooking the Pacific... and with all the fog and wind it was a really typical Summer morning here by the Bay

... we got one of the booths so that we could look down on the ruins of the Sutro Baths...

... here are what Mike and Rico ordered....

.... and I got a waffle with some berries and John got french toast....  it was a really tasty breakfast and the views as usual spectacular!!

After breakfast, we walked down to the beach....



... some of the ruins up close... the tide was coming in ...




... some of the rocks down by the shore...

... we walked back up the hill towards the Lands End building and I got this nice shot of the entrance to The Golden Gate and through the trees, you can just see the Marin Headlands...
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That wraps up the week sports fans, thanks again for stopping by do stop again!!

Take care,
edgar

9 comments:

wenhkc said...

I haven't eaten there in ages! Thx for reminding me.

Robin in Virginia said...

What beautiful pictures, Edgar! Enjoy your weekend!

CathieJ said...

This looks like a really enjoyable morning.

Pam in IL said...

How nice to be able to spend an enjoyable morning with friends. Thanks for sharing the beautiful pictures!

LeShawn said...

Gorgeous pictures! what a lovely breakfast they serve there. Looks like an amazing way to spend the morning.

diamondc said...

Dearest Edgar: Thank-you for sharing such lovely photos.

Blessings
Catherine

Barb said...

What a terrific way to spend the morning. Such a beautiful place. It reminds me of parts of our coast too.

Sherri said...

Just beautiful! Breakfast looks pretty tasty too.

MaryO said...

That's fantastic Edgar. Breakfast looks positively delish! I did a double take when you wrote "Sutro Baths"... did you know there was a scene from Harold and Maude filmed there? My all time fave movie!