37 Photos - Nov 27, 2011
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Go check out the place by yourself if you have a chance.

Tony Mignot at gimpytripod.blogspot.comPhoto: From Bryce canyon, we took the scenic highway 12 (amazing road), and arrived in Teasdale, close to Capitol Reef. Most places were closed at that time of the year (around Christmas). Be prepared if you go there.
Tony Mignot at gimpytripod.blogspot.comPhoto: Tony Mignot at gimpytripod.blogspot.comPhoto: Tony Mignot at http://www.gimpytripod.blogspot.comPhoto: Tony Mignot at http://gimpytripod.blogspot.comPhoto: Tony Mignot at http://gimpytripod.blogspot.comPhoto: Tony Mignot at http://gimpytripod.blogspot.comPhoto: Seattle skyline at duskPhoto: Seattle skyline at dusk, B&WPhoto: A road runs through it.

Tony Mignot at http://gimpytripod.blogspot.comPhoto: Photo: Celebrating 75th anniversary on May 27, 2012.

#goldengatebridge #75thanniversary #ggb75 #sanfrancisco #bridgePhoto: My first idea was to go to Marin Headland to watch the fireworks, but since the bridge was closed, it was unpractical. Second idea was to go to Crissy Field, but having been there during the afternoon already and having had to walk 45 minutes as roads were blocked, I decided to head to Twin Peaks instead. It was pretty crowded but the view was great.