Day 28: Celebrations

It seems like the 4th of July snuck up on us! I can't believe it's July.
We enjoyed the day with our Epic team that morning and made big plans to see fireworks that evening down on the Embarcadero near the Ferry Building and Fisherman's Wharf.
We met up with the Keels and enjoyed Subway sandwiches in the park.
Then off to the Milners where we met up for dessert.
Then off to a great view from inside and upstairs at the Ferry Building for a night of fireworks.

It was cold outside, but we were all nice and toasty inside!
Which is always a perk when you've got kids with you! We waited and waited and waited...
9 o'clock rolled around.
9:30 rolled around. And then we heard the sound of a firecracker.
But where was it coming from?
We looked down at the crowd of people who were looking off to the left.
Then like a disappearing act the crowd vanished.
They were racing to
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the west to try and see the fireworks.

So what did we do?

We did the same. Down the steps and out the door.
Firecracker sounds every few seconds, but never a sighting.
Thousands upon thousands of people filled the streets.
All looking up and around.
One firework spotted.
Make that two.
The End.

Lesson learned:
"You can't trust a foggy city to produce a great firework display on the 4th of July."
Shauna Pilgreen