Past Saturday (June 23) was another gorgeous day on the San Francisco Peninsula. It was sunny, not too much wind, not to warm (70-75 on the Bay side and 63-66 degrees on the ocean side). Just perfect! My duties took me to Half Moon Bay. I had my camera with you and took some shots of favor pastimes in Half Moon Bay. Day like this makes you understand why people love the place, either to live here or com for a visit, be it short or long. You can take your kids on a pony ride:
You can shop for art at Spanish Town gallery, assuming you don't succumb to dinosaurs...
You can go to the beach yourself or your family
or with your horse.....
By the way, if you don't have you own horse, you rent one in Half Moon Bay per hour. To see more pictures, click here.
Have you heard about Mavericks? Yes it they happen here, in Half Moon Bay (not this year however, as Mother Nature caused the cancellation). But to see it last year, please click on this link.
To read about local trivia and history of Half Moon Bay, go to Wikipedia.
After I finished my business here I couldn’t resist to go a few miles north - to El Granada, and precisely to a neighborhood call Princeton. Here are two pictures I took there:
Waiting for a spot in:
Barbara's Fishtrap. Is it worth waiting? You have to check for yourself (they son't take reservations).
Click on the following link to read about Princeton's history.
And to see more pictures from Princeton, click here.