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5:00 a.m., both Vern and I sat at our computers and watched the silent
drama unfold on Drawer.com's WebCam.
Before the day was out, I had taken 211 photos and driven 178.6 miles, circumnavigating San Francisco Bay.
Why so far, I had also traveled to Vallejo to take photos of the Dec. 7 1941 Pearl Harbor veteran MV HOGA which had also just departed dry dock with a new paint job.
|I set up base at a place where I could get a good view. Brought along Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand, and some provisions. In reguards to the provisions since I previously ate the berry pies, I replaced them with Safeway Kitchens Apple Fruit Pie and Chocolae Cream Pie.||I then went to my favorite place for taking photos from the Golden Gate Bridge.|
On approching the Golden Gate Bridge, USS Holland AS-32 is following like the good lady she is.
MV Simone heads under the bridge.
The Holland is poised behind Simone
USS Holland's bow headed under the Goldend Gate Bridge at 9:49 a.m.
I had intended to proceed west of the bridge to Battery Boutelle for photos of tow as it headed out into the Pacific, but my way was blocked. So I headed North on Highway 101 to head east to Vallejo for photo of USS Hoga YT-146.