Monday, February 09, 2009

Ducks Boats in a row

This looks toward downtown as you cross over the Coronado Bay Bridge. Not much to say about the view, except that I wasn't driving! And I have a bad habit of taking photos while driving - see this cross, rainbow, "how to" guide, trolley, sign, restaurant, view, and another view.
P.S.: It is not sunny here today like in the above photo. We've been getting lots of rain the past few days, and this is great because we keep getting dire warnings about a looming drought.

2 Comments:

Blogger expat said...

That's what I always thought was Glorietta Bay -- but according to wikimapia Glorietta Bay is all south of the bridge.

Like the anchorage behind Shelter Island, this used to be a spot for live-aboards. Overnighting on your boat is now prohibited except for one anchorage way further south (I don't know how rigorously the law is enforced). They say it's a hygiene measure, but boat-owners think the City of San Diego JUST CAN'T STAND THE THOUGHT of people enjoying its amenities while paying only a small anchorage fee.

Mon Feb 09, 11:12:00 AM PST  
Blogger Rambling Round said...

Beautiful bay, and these boats do resemble ducks in a row!

Mon Feb 09, 11:47:00 AM PST  

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