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The warm summer breeze combined with the crisp refreshing smells of the waterfront created a perfect day for sight-seeing in San Francisco I parked my car along Thirty-second Street in an area filled with various specialty shops so I could easily find it at the end of the day I gathered my camera and began my journey on foot I hadnt walked far before I saw a man perched upon the drivers seat of a horse-drawn carriage I thought to myself This would be a wonderful way to see San Francisco The grand white carriage in all its glory seemed to be calling my name A modern adaptation of the old-fashioned carriages that were built of solid wood - dainty yet durable classy yet sporty - it was almost enough just to stand there in awe With an open front and a convertible canopy drawn back over the rear seat it could carry me in comfort and style wherever I wanted to go In front of the carriage stood a proud-looking sorrel horse with a long black mane and tail Attached to him were various harnesses and straps that secured him snugly between two long white poles extending from the front wheel axle beneath the carriage A set of reins emerged from either side of the strap around the horses muzzle and traveled their way through the maze of harnesses until they were securely in place within the hands of the driver Four large white wagon wheels - made modern with a black strip of rubber around each wheel - would make it possible for the horse to pull me around in the carriage with ease Eager to climb aboard relax and be chauffeured through the streets of San Francisco I approached the carriage The wing-shaped sideboard made stepping up into the carriage an effortless task As I melted into the high-backed Queen-Anne-style bench I let my hands feel the softness of red velvety seat
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