Professional driving skills required

My kids are good drivers. My SF 20-something drove highway 1 down to the Golden Gate like a pro today. I may have spent a billion hours in the passenger seat of the POC sypervising teenaged permit drivers but I did not teach her how to navigate terrifying curves along tall, steep cliffs. Me, I was a little dizzy sitting in the right back (ocean-side seat) looking down (down down) to the Pacific Ocean. Typical for me. I did actually conquer the hill between the yarn stores this morning. Back to the hardland of early winter in my own beautiful but flat Great Lake State tomorrow. This is a quick iPhone update while cooking pasta @ Lizard’s house. That’s Mouse there making garlic bread. G’night, KW.

7 Responses to “Professional driving skills required”

  1. Margaret Says:

    I love the scenery of Hwy 1 but have trouble with those high winding roads. Eek!! Looks like a fancy production.

  2. kayak woman Says:

    As far as food goes, we roll pretty fancy on Folsom Street 🙂


    P.S. Stuck signed in as kayakwoman!!! Won’t let me log out 🙁

  3. kayak woman Says:

    Well, this was just moom-style stuff, although much fancier than the “quick sauce” we did 15 years ago or so. Won’t let you log out??? Hmmm…. Wonder what’s up…

  4. UU Says:

    No GG Bridge here in Richmond but we did walk a cool foot bridge suspended from a highway, was about a half mile long. It took us to Belle Isle, which is in the middle of the James River North of downtown. Lots of civil war relics. Was a civil war prison too.

  5. jane Says:

    I love all the bottles involved in making garlic bread. 😉

  6. kayak woman Says:

    Me too

    -mouse on moom’s iphone

  7. grandmothertrucker Says:

    I wish I was at either place…… you can’t take a big truck on Highway 1 except for down south. It’s amazing to see campers all lined up on the beaches down there. Of coarse Lizard can drive. The GG taught me to drive too.

    I love garlic bread and Mouse too…. now I’m hungry….. these kids come from good stock

    I do 1750 Reenactments. ( The French Fur Trade Era ) I dove though Richmond several times and never got a chance to stop and look at a darn thing. I bet the colors are beautiful…. I bet the blacksmiths there make some fabulous stuff.

    Me? I am watching deer in a hayfield in Imlay City, MI., having coffee and a bananna muffin. I miss my family.