Wednesday, January 15, 2020

The Seaver Family Visits Fisherman's Wharf -- Post 600 of (Not So) Wordless Wednesday

I  can't help it, I can't do a wordless post!  I found some more family photos hiding in Linda's family photo boxes.  This is one of my favorite photographs:

This photograph was taken in the late 1980s in December in San Francisco, probably on Fisherman's Wharf (or Pier 39 (?) - note Coit Tower in the background).   Linda probably took the picture.  My guess is that this is 1985 when Lori is 11, Tami is 9, I'm 42, and Lee is 74.  It could be 1984 to 1987, however.  We always went to Fisherman's Wharf for the crab legs when we visited San Francisco - it was a Leland tradition and the girls loved it. 

At Christmas every other year, our family would drive to San Francisco to visit Linda's father, Papa Lee, and brother, Paul and celebrate Christmas there.  In the alternate years, Paul and Lee would drive to Chula Vista and celebrate Christmas with my Seaver family.  This worked out extremely well for over 20 years.  

Several times a year when our children were growing up, Linda sent photographs to her parents and brother in San Francisco.  When her father died in 2002, her brother sorted out the photos and gave Linda the ones that were of our family and the ones interacting with them.  They were given to us in a big box of stuff back in 2006, and we finally looked at them last year!  I've started scanning them for use in these Wordless Wednesday posts.


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