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We want to first and foremost sincerely thank our gracious hosts, Noel, Nonie, and Danielle Mc Mahon for inviting us to visit them at their home in Los Altos, California.Neither Nita nor myself have ever visited the State of California.

Many weeks passed without further pictures of the cat.

Just last week, another cat appeared moving sideways and obviously is not a bobcat.

Our buddy Josh Turner has four young sons, one of which is named "Marion" in honor of none other than Francis Marion the "Swamp Fox." Even though this Revolutionary War South Carolina 2nd Regiment button was one of Patrick's lifetime best finds, he made the decision that he wanted Josh's son, Marion, to have this button.

We all met at the shop this afternoon, and Patrick presented Marion with a beautiful display of artifacts that he recovered at the South Carolina dig INCLUDING the 2nd Regiment South Carolina Revolutionary War button.

Our adventure began the following morning which was a Thursday.

Our first day was spent basically exploring San Francisco.We began the day by riding around San Francisco and seeing the famous steep hills and trolley cars.We then made our way to San Francisco Bay, the pier, Alcatraz, toured the submarine (USS Pampanito), saw the Golden Gate Bridge, and then took the Ocean Beach drive. For those of you from our era, you will remember "Easy Rider" and Arlo Guthrie's song, "Alice's Restaurant," because you know, "You can get anything you want at Alice's Restaurant." Our next day (Friday), involved a bit of a road trip in which we saw Monterey Bay, the Monterey Aquarium, and then took the 17 Mile Road to Pebble Beach and Carmel.Due to lightning, we were forced to sit in our seats on the runway in Nashville and go nowhere for three hours.Once that was behind us, we were soon in Houston and then on to San Francisco, California.Patrick was fortunate enough to recover an extremely rare Revolutionary War pewter, 2nd Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers uniform button.

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