Planting Moss (Sundays In My City)

Moss

The girls felt like planting something so we went into the backyard and planted some moss in a pot because why the heck not? When’s the last time you planted something? San Francisco, CA ALSO READ: Riding Around (Sundays In My City) I showed you mine, now show me yours. Share your city/town/suburb/you name it! Think of this as a photography carnival or photography meme

Riding Around (Sundays In My City)

Sundays In My City

A little neighborhood bike and scooter ride for the girls while we walk along with them. San Francisco, CA ALSO READ: Stinson Beach (Sundays In My City) I showed you mine, now show me yours. Share your city/town/suburb/you name it! Think of this as a photography carnival or photography meme (with or without words) that not only lets you share your part of the world,

Stinson Beach (Sundays In My City)

Stinson Beach

My eldest is headed back to school this Monday and she loves the beach so we drove from San Francisco to Stinson Beach in Marin County to enjoy our last few moments of summer break. Stinson Beach is about 23 miles north of San Francisco and makes for a nice day trip. Traffic gets rough on weekends especially when there is warm weather so it’s

Mount Tamalpais (Sundays In My City)

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My eldest enjoying herself in the fog on Mount Tamalpais. Mount Tamalpais or “Mount Tam” is a California State Park north of the Golden Gate Bridge with a 2,751 foot peak. On a clear day you can see the Farallon Islands that are about 25 miles away. On a foggy day, like the one pictured, sometimes you can’t even seen 25 feet away. The park

Eddie’s Cafe (Sundays In My City)

Eddie's Cafe

I’m not really a going out for breakfast person because big American style breakfasts make me want to go right back to bed, but recently a friend was visiting and he loves Eddie’s Cafe, which is in our neighborhood so of course we went. I have to say that whenever the option is available, I do enjoy pork chops and eggs for breakfast. The food

Crissy Field (Sundays In My City)

Crissy Field

Crissy Field is the most visited part of the Presidio. The former U.S. Army airfield, which is now a part of the Golden Gate National Recreation area, has been turned into an amazing public recreational spot where people picnic, run, rollerblade and such. We made our way to Crissy Field the other day because it’s always windy and we wanted to fly a kite. Crissy

Fisherman’s Wharf (Sundays In My City)

Fisherman's Wharf

Just the usual bustle at Fisherman’s Wharf. San Francisco, CA I showed you mine, now show me yours. ALSO READ: Musée Mécanique Share your city/town/suburb/you name it! Think of this as a photography carnival or photography meme (with or without words) that not only lets you share your part of the world, but lets you visit other parts of the world virtually. If you link

Musée Mécanique (Sundays In My City)

The Mechanical Museum of San Francisco

The Mechanical Museum or Musée Mécanique located at Pier 45 in San Francisco is a truly magical place. Admission is free and the museum is home to “one of the world’s largest privately owned collections of mechanically operated musical instruments and antique arcade machines.” ALSO READ: California Academy of Sciences (Sundays In My City) Way back before I had kids, the collection used to be

Crafty Children (Sundays In My City)

Crafting kids

ALSO READ: Mercado Urbano It doesn’t take much to keep children engaged. I pick up cheap-y crafting supplies at the Dollar Tree or Target and keep then in a drawer that the kids can get into in the back. They never tire of using the supplies and their imaginations to make things. It’s pretty awesome. San Francisco, CA I showed you mine, now show me

Mercado Urbano (Sundays In My City)

Mercado Urbano in San Francisco

ALSO READ: Carousel at Children’s Creativity Museum El marido has been trying to get us over to Mercado Urbano to try their tortas for some time now and the other day we walked by while they were open and we were hungry so we finally got to try them out. Mercado Urbano is connected to La Urbana restaurant as a sort of garage-style annex. I’ve