Woke up and saw my friends off to a wedding, then walked down the street for a breakfast burrito at Tacobar. It was decent, but way overpriced. Given my late night last night and general weariness from travelling, I decided to stay in San Francisco another night. The Aggies were playing SMU, so I found out where the SF A&M Club was watching and walked about a mile over to check it out. Met a few folks, ate some salsa, saw we had a nice 30+ point lead at halftime, so I took off in search of other sight seeing adventures. I walked down to fisherman’s wharf and all around before making it back to my buddies place and having a nap. I walked a lot of miles, and wearing flip flops didn’t help. I’ll definitely have come back and see more, but I’ve at least seen a few things. The Palace of Fine Arts was definitely my favorite. I didn’t see any actual fine art, which is fine by me, but I love architecture and it was a very cool place. Grabbed a burrito at some random place, and as expected it was half rice and like 7 or 8 bucks. Sorry SF, but SD kills you on burritos. Actually, sorry world, SD kills you on burritos. Looking forward to having one in a few days. Planning to head south tomorrow morning and camp somewhere near San Luis Obispo I guess, then make the rest of the push to San Diego on Tuesday. After that, I’ve got some decisions to make. I have to do five days of telework that can really be anywhere with an internet connection starting Sep 26th, so I can either find somewhere to stay in SD until then, or try to make it back home BY then. Getting home options include renting an SUV and stuffing my bike in the back somehow, or leaving my bike in SD and flying home, then flying back later to ride it home. Or I could fly home and ship it back. I’ll think about this in the next couple of days.