Some last images of San Francisco

I has been a few years since I have been in this interesting city.

From my hotel room.

On the ferry.

From my room.

I had forgotten how interesting this town is.

I look foward to coming back.

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  1. Rachel Pineda says:

    We look forward to having you back. My husband and I would like to hear you speak. Yes, it is interesting.

  2. Melody says:

    Wish I could convince you to come down south and visit us here in Orange County. I’m sure the traditionalists here would be most welcoming.

  3. Father: You write great articles on various subjects. You have very eclectric tastes: theologian, liturgist, food expert, photographer, IT technician…. Thank you for sharing these with us.

  4. The word, of course, is ECLECTIC.

  5. Bryan says:

    Electric works too, Mr. Phelan…:)

  6. robtbrown says:

    The word, of course, is ECLECTIC.
    Comment by William H. Phelan

    IMHO, in “eclectric” you seem to have invented an interesting word.

  7. chironomo says:

    “Eclectric: adj. referring to or encompassing a variety of aspects related to electronics or electronic equipment. ex. “The Technology Convention was an eclectric gathering of companies displaying the latest developments in computers and technology.”

  8. irishgirl says:

    Oooo-cool pictures there, Fr. Z!

    Makes one forget the terrible sins that are committed in the city….

  9. Ioannes Andreades says:

    Hey, where are all the pictures of the great food you ate? Are we to believe you missed out on the amazing food and wine? How I miss the Bay Area!

  10. Agnes says:

    Electric Eclectric Eclectic E-clericity. Very nice pics, Padre Z.

  11. Jeffrey Morse says:

    LOL! I was waiting for someone to make a crack about SF’s “sins”…..

    From my travels, the sins of SF are no more or less than other American metropolitans I’ve visited.

  12. Childermass says:

    I would have to say the same. Culturally, it is certainly more libertine than other politically progressive cities like Boston, but there ARE plenty of normal, ordinary people living in San Francisco.

  13. irishgirl says:

    Jeffrey and Childermass-I’m sure that there are ‘normal, ordinary people’ living in San Francisco, as there are in other large cities.

    I only wish that they were more visible and voluble! All you hear about are the noisy ones who constantly ‘demand’ their agenda be shoved down everyone else’s throats!

    Ah, well…the squeaky wheel gets the grease, I’m afraid…and that’s all I’m going to say on this….don’t want to get in trouble with Fr. Z….sigh.

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