First, to those of you who remember our out-of-control egret-cam from Christmas, be advised that we have replaced him with a much more compliant heron-cam. And when we offered heron-cam a plush assignment to check up on our folks who are in San Francisco for a few days, he said, "Cool!! Outta' here!! I'm on my way!!!" Who wouldn't want to fly out to San Francisco? Sadly, Mom and Dogdad had to take one of the legacy airlines, instead of Aire Ruby. Two hours late. "Food for purchase" ($10 for a turkey sandwich!!). Not enough leg room. Sigh.
So here we are in camp (again) and there they are in San Francisco. Dogdad is at a public transit conference.
Yesterday, they apparently had brunch at the Beach Chalet overlooking the Pacific Ocean (that's a body of water that, if you are from the Atlantic side of the continent, appears to be on the wrong side... but it's beautiful once you get used to where it is.)
The Beach Chalet was built in the 1920s. Then during the Great Depression of the 30s, Franklin Delano Roosevelt commissioned murals as part of the Works Progress Administration program. And look at what Mom and Dogdad found in those murals!!!
Our heron-cam promised a more detailed report later.