Downtown as seen from the south Twin Peak.
The Bay Bridge is on the right side of the picture and
the bell tower at the University of California in Berkeley
can be seen above the nearest bridge tower.

High winds make Bill's beard swirl, making about a 190 degree curl. - Bill is sitting on the trail up the south Twin Peak - near a lupine flower that blooms every spring on these hills. At Bill's feet, more California poppies bloom. From the south Twin Peak a view of the north one. Bill shows why San Francisco hippies wear headbands.
Our house as seen from Twin Peaks. - It is the house with dark green shutters right in the middle of the photograph. Bill did not do this to his beard, the wind did it, honest! - He is bracing himself against the wind in a stand of iris north of the north Twin Peak. The Bay is about to run downhill and flood San Jose. - (If you believe this, there is a bridge in the picture we'd like to sell you!) - The wind was also blowing Larry around as he took the picture and that is why it is crooked. Larry with lupine and California poppies.

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