The next day we drove down to San Fransisco for some fun.On the way there we stopped at an authentic Puerto Rican restaurant in San Rafael.
From there we headed to the city and went out on a bike ride. It was fun to ride along the city and see all the things going on along the various pier's.
Caiden and I at the Bay Bridge (where we started from)
We stopped at this farmers market on one of the piers.
I bought and tried some dark chocolate with bacon
Roman bought Caiden and I one of these fancy cupcakes (tasted amazing)
Caiden on the ride
I just can't leave work
The kids at the chocolate making machine at Ghirardelli Square
Roman and I
A chocolate shake (tastey)
Riding back to the bay bridge
We came back to the bay bridge area and headed over to AT&T Park where the Giants play. I've never seen the new stadium, so it was neat to check it out.
They have free standing room only area in right field. This random guy snagged this baseball from under the fence and gave it to Baron. He was with a date so you know he'll get some nookie for that.
That area of water in the background is where home runs are occasionally hit into (Barry Bond's home run landed there)
There was a little mini baseball field across the water that we played a made up game on (without a baseball bat)
Brooklyn hanging out. She was more interested in getting out of the field, than playing with us
Roman and Jalen and Willie McCovey's statue
After hanging out at the baseball park, we headed over to Point Bonita to check out some of the old WW2 era military bunkers and lookout towers. We were hoping to see the light house, but the gate was locked when we got down the trail.
Caiden and I at an old gun station
In the musty downstairs leading to who-knows-where
Trying to capture a Kodak moment
But Roman was being bad, so Betsy gave him a slap (we hike up to that cement structure in the background, next)
We hiked up to this cool "lookout tower" of some sort and took some pictures. Funny "small world" story. We ran across some people visiting from Utah as well. They recognized our "Kearns Football" shirts.
Baron on the hike up
From the lookout tower we hiked down to the lighthouse trail, only to find the lighthouse tunnel was locked up. We couldn't even see the lighthouse
Caiden, Jalen, and I taking a "shortcut" that didn't end up being very short
Baron flashing that million dollar smile. He is such a cute kid
Since the gate was locked, we climbed around on the rocks for a bit before heading back to the cars and back to Sac-town.
The Rosario Family walking back up the trail
Roman showing us all how to throw a rock into the ocean