Day 2: Golden Gate Park

If I've said it once, I've said it twice, not everything goes according to plan! Ben had to take our Honda in for a 'quick' service and we thought he'd come back in the van so we could drive over to Golden Gate Park...not the case. He
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dropped it off and Honda said they'd call when it was finished.

Plan B entailed catching a bus and train over to the other side of the city to meet up with our team for a picnic and exploring the very big Golden Gate Park. This included 3 kids, 2 scooters, picnic cooler, 2 backpacks, and 1 stroller! (yeah, we're new at this!) And one has to be quick loading and unloading or else! We pressed that issue a time or two!

Nevertheless, we made it! Stroller, scooter and all! We enjoyed time on the playground with lots of kids and parents, throwing the frisbee, and walking around Stow Lake.

It was fun to spread out our picnic blankets and enjoy a good PBJ and fruit. Oh, the weather...perfect! In the shade or in the sun, it was such an enjoyable day together.

We explored the Japanese Gardens briefly before sleepy-kid syndrome set in! The rest of our team continued to explore, while we raced back to catch the bus and the train.

Golden Gate Park is so big and allows free parking. There's gardens, hiking trails, lakes, paddle boat rentals, historical ruins, and more. Much was left to be explored by us Pilgreens!
And we did get the Honda back by 6 pm!