I've got a million posts in my head and not much time, but I suspect most folks would rather look at a few decent pictures than read a long post. We walked our grandson to day care this morning, then left San Francisco at 1pm for Seattle.
Seattle had been clouded when we landed, but the clouds seemed to have gathered over by Mt. Rainer as we took off, leaving downtown Seattle in bright sunshine. (Click the pics to see them sharper.)
Then we veered over Puget Sound.
Then I got some work done, read my book, and before I knew it we were over Prince William Sound with Denali and Foraker silhouetted in the sunset glow.
Minutes later we were passing Anchorage from the south so we could loop around over Cook Inlet to land.
(Sorry about the stray light coming in as they turned on the cabin lights.)
We spent a good amount of time at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art yesterday and I have so many pictures I have no idea how I'm going to tackle posting about that. I do like modern art museums because I see work that lots if not most people would dismiss, that I love. And I don't feel as all alone in my weird tastes. Which reminds me I still have a follow up post from the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris.