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The Golden Gate Bridge was opened to the public on May 27, 1937.
It was constructed from January 1933 to May 1937.
Golden Gate is the opening of the San Francisco Bay into the Pacific Ocean.
The Golden Gate Bridge links the city of San Francisco to Marin County, California.
At 4,200 ft (1,280.2 m), it was the longest suspension bridge in the world until 1964.
I have already went across the bridge when we visited San Francisco.
After that I visited the Fisherman’s Wharf to eat clam chowder 🙂
My mother cooked clam chowder and chili con carne.
I ate them with French loaf and butter.
I told Uncle Awang Goneng about my latest poem.
Its name is ‘Light In The Night’.
I’ll write the poem in another post 🙂
I showed Uncle Awang Goneng some posts from my blog.
I wanted to show him the pictures for ‘The Goat Poem’ 🙂
I drew them using Microsoft Paint.
Then we prayed Asr together.
I am very happy to meet Uncle Awang Goneng.
I hope Uncle Awang Goneng will come again to house because it is fun to talk to him and he knows so much about writing poems 🙂
He has his own popular blog – Kecek-kecek
Where did the sea lions go?
There was no sea lion at the Pier 39’s K Dock on Monday.
Pier 39 is a place where you can see lots, and lots, and lots of sea lions.
It is at the Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, California.
When I was there I saw lots and lots of sea lions.
They were very noisy.
Some of them were fighting.
Pier 39 is a very nice place.
I ate tasty clam chowder in sourdough bread bowl.
I love clam chowder very much.
I am sad because the sea lions were gone.
Anyway I think they will come back soon.