A Day Between

The 2014 APPL convention is done. It was a huge success personally and professionally. It was also taxing and mentally. I’m tired. Mostly because of that 4AM airport shuttle this morning (was that only this morning?). We arrived at SFO at 8AM and my flight out to Panama via Vegas leaves SFO at 10 this evening. Which has left me with a long day to fill with waiting diversions. I’m pleased with the easy diversity of southern San Francisco.

• I spent part of the day at the Golden Gate National Cemetery.
• I explored Barnes & Noble with my backpacking pack in tow.
• I successfully executed my first solo navigation of BART.
• I found a meditation room, a yoga room, and two fantastic museum exhibits in the airport.
• I’m working tirelessly (figuratively) on a little photodocumentation series of my entire trip that involves my new travelling mascot (that I’m not quite ready to unveil).

And I’ve still got an hour to go! Maybe I can find a third exhibit… What could possibly top Japanese toys or the history of lace though?

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Just another cog in this steampunk time machine, developing unique life perspectives one epiphany and reckless adventure at a time.
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2 Responses to A Day Between

  1. Janet says:

    I’m worn out just reading about your day. My first experience with BART was when I was 14. My girlfriend and I took the BART bus from our hometown to the Concord Station and rode to Walnut Creek. We got off the train in WC and she got back on before the doors closed leaving me on the platform. I didn’t really know what to do but wait. She eventually came back to WC, we rode the train back to Concord, boarded the bus and headed home.

    • greypersonne says:

      It was busy and I think I’m still catching up on sleep! That’s an intimidating situation for you to be in in your first BART trip! My first thought after those doors closed was, ‘am I SURE I got on the right one?!’ Although Panamanian buses give me a whole next appreciation for what we have!

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