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14th Nov 2017

Thanks goodness we got over the line with the same sex marriage survey. Perhaps the numbers are a bit disappointing, and I still believe it was a waste of money, but we can breathe a bit easier, But will the Parliament actually be able to enact this change without embedding new discriminatory exemptions?

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Diary Photos

Berkeley band about to make a lot of noise in preparation for the local derby against Stanford.

13C water but they swim every day. No wet suits allowed at this private harbour beach.

Berkeley student band playing 'Let's do the time walk again'. Great fun.

We only eat male crabs. The season starts on Wednesday. Gaol for those who catch female crabs.

Says it all!!

A boat loaded with crab pots ready for Wednesday.

These boats are over 100 years old.

Fisherman's wharf, SF

Sea lion waiting (begging) for some food.

His name tag reads: I work here.

We ate at Chantal's sourdough bakery, a SF iconic institution. Lunch for us.

They are still running.

What great trees. On Russian Hill, SF.

We just made it in time, Beth. We got free coffee and free pastries (nearly all sold). Yummo.

We walked through a movie set, stopped because of rain. The female star was dressed like Wonderwoman

SF theater, more like a Mosque.

Note the balconies on the right.

SF mural.

SF mural. Tell me what this is all about??

The US has just 'celebrated' Veteran's Day.

OK, so his is bigger than mine.

What next! They were lined up to go in.

Contemporary Jewish museum, SF.

I say nothing.

Great Martin Luther King sculpture/memorial, SF.

SF downtown, old and new.

You can walk behind the King memorial.

And there are a number of King's words.

Colourful SF.

This is called 'Shaking Man'. I thought he looked like Ronald Reagan.

The Cherry Picker chorus line, with conductor on the right.

Very weird train that we caught from San Mateo to SF.

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