summer snippets

A random assortment of photos from this summer, the below represents what went on between our weekend excursions to Vancouver, Lake Shasta, Sonoma and more. From street festivals to baseball games to day trips to a birthday celebration in Vegas, it was a busy, and surprisingly sunny, summer in and around SF.

Photo Jun 12, 7 24 47 PMPhoto Jun 12, 5 49 52 PMPhoto Jun 16, 1 31 51 PMPhoto Jun 17, 1 46 59 PMPhoto Jun 03, 3 26 41 PMIMG_0625IMG_0626Photo Jul 20, 8 22 37 PMPhoto Jul 20, 9 17 35 PMPhoto Jul 22, 1 34 06 PMPhoto Aug 02, 1 40 37 PMPhoto Aug 11, 2 20 07 PMPhoto Aug 11, 2 39 52 PMPhoto Aug 11, 2 39 15 PMPhoto Aug 03, 3 01 19 AMPhoto Aug 03, 1 12 45 PMPhoto Aug 04, 1 36 07 PMPhoto Aug 04, 1 37 18 PMPhoto Aug 04, 1 39 12 PMPhoto Aug 04, 1 42 04 PMPhoto Sep 01, 4 39 31 PMPhoto Sep 03, 2 36 43 PM

From top left: a high-flying seagull catching views at a Giants game; pre-gaming with 21st Amendment’s famous watermelon beer (only available in summer); the waterfront Bar Bocce in Sausalito; the annual North Beach Festival; horse races at Golden Gate Fields in Berkeley; a breakfast of beignets and cafĂ© au lait at Brenda’s French Soul Food on Polk Street; Brenda’s wall of vintage mirrors; heading to Off the Grid, the weekly food truck event at Fort Mason; Off the Grid crowds; a windy day (perfect for kite flying) at Marina Green; another Giants game – this time with better seats; another day trip to Sausalito, this time to check out Salsalito, a colorful (and clever) Mexican joint where hot sauce is in high demand; a truly awesome sight – this brave man surveying the Sausalito waterfront on a jet pack!; my baby cousin celebrating her 21st birthday at the stroke of midnight; scenes of the Venetian, Palazzo pool and Bellagio conservatory + botanical garden (four shots); a third day trip to Sausalito (I love Sausalito, in case you couldn’t tell); an afternoon ‘field day’ picnic with friends in Golden Gate Park

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