Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Not only were the staff at Sausalito Bakery & Cafe bright and pleasant in the morning, but so were their customers! The gentleman ahead of me in line was a case in point. He pointed out the mysterious fog in a layer over the city, and described how much more mysterious it looked at 3 a.m. when it was still rather dark, and above the fog layer the tips of the skyscrapers had lights flickering at the top like jewels. A very pretty image on the day of the fall equinox.
I tried their vegetarian frittata, and a 'small!' fruit salad on the side, and a big warm mocha. The frittata was oozing liquid slightly, but it was very good indeed. The refrigerated case was right in front of me, and it looked like a still painting with a huge bowl of beautiful fruit and tray of colorful grilled vegetables at the ready.
Then I imbibed of the view outside. The happiness quotient was filled! I could start my day!
Then I drove a bit further south to turn around, and had to put the hazard lights on and leap out to take this photo of the tall old ship sailing in the harbor. Oh what a beautiful day!