It was the last week of the exhibit and it was really busy. When we first walked in, I realized that we were walking into chaos. I have never been in a museum setting with that many people bustling around. Of course Dad being Dad thought that he had more of a right to see these paintings then all of the other "losers" there, so he didn't waste any time getting in front of everyone to get closer looks at the brushstrokes and nuances of each painting. Being just like him, where I generally don't think that rules apply to me because I am smarter than most rules, I wasn't surprised by his actions. He was pretty excited to be there too and it didn't take long for him to get in a fight with an old guy for blocking everyone's view. It was pretty classic Dad, and after that he took a minute to calm down. The rest of our research went without too many issues with any of the other patrons.
We then went to the Legion of Honor museum with our little bit of extra time because our tickets for the museum in the morning got us into that one as well. And we got to drive around and get a view of the Golden Gate and of course see more art. Overall, we had a good long day. We only saw a very small portion of of the city of course, but I still couldn't believe it had been almost ten years since I had been there. I used to go all the time and ten years had just gone by in a flash. By the time we got back I was totally exhausted, but it was a pretty memorable daddy/daughter date so it was worth it. *Trip was September 16
My dad snapped a few good shots of me keeping it real on the trip too: