T-Jag Travels: Berkeley, San Francisco & the Bay Area

Last week, the entire team at Jag Forms — that is, Jeff, Sara and T-Jag — visited the San Francisco Bay Area to meet with our clients there. And while it was business as usual for most of us, T-Jag had to chronicle his adventures through photographs. Here are just a few of the highlights from T-Jag’s Travels:

ready for take-off

T-Jag is ready for take-off from PDX

T-Jag admires the view from 30,000 feet

T-Jag admires the view from 30,000 feet

First stop: Sather Gate on the UC Berkeley campus

First stop: Sather Gate on the UC Berkeley campus

T-Jag vs Oski the Bear at the Cal student store

T-Jag vs Oski the Bear at the Cal student store

T-Jag on the UC Berkeley campus

T-Jag on the UC Berkeley campus

T-Jag steals some french fries for lunch

A quick visit to the California Academy of Sciences, where T-Jag saw his big brother!
A quick visit to the California Academy of Sciences, where T-Jag saw his big brother!
T-Jag found a dinosaur book while visiting the folks at nonprofit Raising A Reader.

T-Jag found a dinosaur book while visiting the folks at nonprofit Raising A Reader.

This is not T-Jag. This is Jeff and Sara, the rest of the Jag Forms team. T-Jag took this photo of them at Yerba Buena Gardens in San Francisco.

This is not T-Jag. This is Jeff and Sara, the rest of the Jag Forms team. T-Jag took this photo of them at Yerba Buena Gardens in San Francisco.

Time to go home! On the flight home, T-Jag enjoyed some snacks courtesy of Alaska Airlines.

Time to go home! On the flight home, T-Jag enjoyed some snacks courtesy of Alaska Airlines.

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