Overall, I was relieved to take a break from the city and stretch out my legs for the weekend. Derek and I often feel like we live in a cardboard box in San Francisco. That is to say, a cardboard box we pay almost $2K per month for. I love the city but I do appreciate suburban life to a whole new degree now. More space, no parking stress, crowds, laundromats, loud noises in the middle of the night. It's nice to take a break every now and then. Luckily I have that opportunity here.
|View of the Creek off the bike path in Larkspur|
|Wyatt's favorite part of the day.|
|A gloomy and freeeezing day for a walk.|
|Derek's a better disciplined dog-walker than I am.|
|Derek trying to explain the game of "Canasta" while Adam, Arin and I stare at our cards with blank expressions.|
|Serious card players right here!|