I would have given anything to have my horse in San Francisco.
Don't get me wrong; she probably would have been terrified. It's a very busy city, which scared me at times. I guess it would be more appropriate to say I would have given anything to have A horse in San Francisco. One used to the city.
Well, mostly, because travel by car, bike, and foot are nigh impossible in that place. Public transportation wasn't actually convenient for us. And there are SO. MANY. HILLS. But a well-trained, well-shod horse?
Easy as eating pie. (I don't like saying "easy as pie" because it implies that making pie is easy. Have you ever made a pie? It's a lot of work!)
It would have made our two days in the city a lot less stressful, that's for sure.
But the city had some great architecture; neat little unexpected pockets of "ooh, pretty!" that kept me pretty well entertained whenever we walked somewhere. At one point, after we managed to spring our car from parking jail, we drove by this massive stone cathedral that looked like it had been dropped from Europe into a neighborhood where I totally would NOT have expected to see it. It had buttresses and everything! Unfortunately, because we were driving, I did not get to take any pictures of it. Yet another situation where being on horseback would have been awesome.
And of course, a horse would have been useless in getting to Alcatraz, where one of the best parts of our vacation happened. But that's a story for another time.
Anyway, I got a lot of exciting news/ potential news while I was on my vacation, which means some great stuff will be coming up on this blog! Stay tuned, Alliterati! I'm back!
Alcatraz is one of my favorite tourist locations. I'm interested to hear that story :-)
I would like to have a horse to take me from my bed to the couch. Of course, I would have to have a very large house. And my bed and couch would have to be horse height for easy movement. But I think this could happen.
So happy you had a great time! :D
Adam-- story forthcoming soon!
Keri-- it was fun. Horse would have made it better. I can say that about a lot of things in life, though.
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