Scott and I returned to Camp Atterbury yesterday after a very relaxing vacation in beautiful, sunny San Francisco. I must admit the city was a culture shock. After being in a monochromatic society 27/4 for three months, we were immediately injected into a rainbow society. It took some getting used to. Scott and I have never paid the homeless for directions before, but we did it twice in two days. They certainly know their way around the city! We also did a lot of walking. We walked from one end of the peninsula to the other and then some in just one day. The weather was perfect although I did get a nasty sunburn on my neck. We also ate our way through the city! Sourdough, sushi, $30 breakfasts and juicy steaks. At least we know how to live it up! We will have nine months to rough it.
The atrium of our hotel. I've never felt under dressed for breakfast before.
Scott and I celebrating our third wedding anniversary--together for the first time!
Here are some pictures from our bus trip around the city. We rode on the top of an open roof double decker bus across the Golden Gate Bridge.