One of the good things about Laguna Seca Raceway besides being a bucket list track, is the location of the track. Most racetracks in Texas are located in the middle of nowhere with not much things to do. Leguna Seca is located in Monteray, Califorina near the Pacific Coast. Also known as the Bay Area.
This area of Northern California has one of the best climates to live. Mostly sunny year round, with highs of 70s and lows of 50s. Just imagine a prefect sunny day almost year round. No wonder people are nicer and more chill.
One the off days I had, I went with my friend, Anthony, in this s2000 and took a drive in the Pacific Coast Highway. Went all the way up to Bixby Bridge and drove on a dirt road to get a good shot. The same place where I drove our Land Cruiser with Lambo and Nadine back in 2018.
This brought back memories. I’m reminded of our boy Lambo, and we miss him everyday. But in a good way, thankful for all the memories and glad we gave a good life to Lambo.
We love you buddy, and we’ll see you on the other side.
Trying not to get all emotional, I was very glad to come back. The views makes a more calming atmosphere.
After the races, I had an extra day before I flew back to Texas, and I spent some time with my brother. He is currently doing a contract in San Fransisco, and thankfully he was off on the day I was off. Ive been to San Fransico once, and that was on the road trip back in 2018, and again brought feels of Lambo.
I noticed less homeless people out and about, but from I’m told their are homeless but they are hidden.
We bought pineapple buns at Pineapple King Bakery. https://g.page/pineapplekingbakery?share. Very delicious and its cash only. They don’t have dine in, so we went to Morro Beach, and enjoyed the views while eating.
Later went to Presideo to chill. You can see the Golden Bridge and Alcatraz. For the people that isn’t familiar from the movie “The Rock” starring Nicolas Cage. Alcatraz is a former prison. I was jokingly telling my brother, if I had to go to prison, I wouldn’t mind Alzatraz.
Living in the city, parking is hard to come by. Looks its worse in SF.
Later in the day, we went to Deloros Park. This place was full up young professional probably finished from meeting heading to park to relax.
We joked about how California work ends at 3pm since all the meeting on the east coast are probably already done by now. What a life.
For the evening we went to Telegraph Hill and had dinner. Forgot to take food pics, but we had the oysters. Super delicious.
When we got done, we had a nice view of the Oakland Bridge.
The last stop, was treasure island. City lights of San Francisco.
Very thankful I was able to experience this. This trip brought back old memories, and new ones. Life only comes once, and you’ll want to make the most of it. To reach your goals, you have to work hard it. But once you reach em, its rewarding. What you did in the past made you the person you are now, and what you do now will make you the person in the future. So go out there, and do your bucket-list things.