Monday, February 16, 2015

Heff the Haribo visits San Fran

Lombard Street:  The crookedest street in the world.
Harriet's dad isn't much of a traveler. In fact, he hasn't done much traveling. However, two things he would like to see before he kicks this gummy life for the next one, is San Francisco, and Mount Rushmore. Even Harriet hasn't seen Mount Rushmore yet. But, she has been to San Francisco numerous times. She recently had an overnight there a few weeks ago. It was almost 28 hours long. She decided she would fly her gummy dad out for her layover. What an adventure this daddy daughter gummy duo had! 

Heff the Haribo had a very long day of flying, and getting himself from his small town in Southern Utah to the (much too big for him) big city of San Francisco. Once he arrived Harriet and Heff hit the city via train. First stop was down to the ever popular Fisherman's Warf. He was thrilled to see Alcatraz out in the distance, but was a little disgusted with the amount of bums and homeless people wandering around begging for money. A musician was playing an old song in the distance that made daddy Heff, the Haribo, bask in the moment. 

After some popular clam chowder in a sourdough bowl it was off to catch a glimpse of the Golden Gate Bridge. Near the Bridge was a national park with historic boats, and great views of the bridge and Alcatraz. 

They weren't done just yet, they still had to go see Lombard Street. The crookedest street in the world. After a major workout up hill the two gummy bears had made it. All the way up just so they could walk down. Lombard street was quite popular that Sunday afternoon. 

A stop for some yummy ice cream cones, and a stroll through historic China town it was back to the train. Back to the hotel, and both gummies where worn out and ready for a good nights sleep. 

Harriet was so excited to actually have her gummy dad Heff the Haribo come on a visit to a major city in the USofA! She hopes she gets another opportunity to tour guide her gummy daddy around another historic city. Until then, next trip for these two is Mount Rushmore. 

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