He stayed at a youth hostel, and the first thing he did while visiting different attractions was riding the cable cars
Lawrence loved adventure from a young age. He knew he was meant to see every part of the country. The only hurdle he had to deal with was money. His parents were not wealthy, but that never kept Lawrence from dreaming big. That was an attitude instilled in him by his dad, who was a wonderful man. He told Lawrence from an early age, he could become anything he set his mind to. In addition to daily affirmations, he bought Lawrence a lot of books of people who’d beaten the odds to become great. Lawrence absorbed all that positivity and slowly started flourishing. One summer, his parents could not afford to send him to camp. Instead of feeling bad, Lawrence worked all spring after school to save enough money. His boss, a farmer, added the remaining amount, and he had enough to attend the camp with his schoolmates. The excellent track record of achievements continued to high school. Lawrence understood the only way he was going to college was through scholarships. So he worked his butt off in school and got awarded a full scholarship to attend university in California. Lawrence was now about to become the world traveler he had always wanted to be. He left home for San Francisco one summer with the intent of seeing much of the city before school started. He stayed at a youth hostel, and the first thing he did while visiting different attractions was riding the cable cars. Later, he happened to come across some weed stores and popped in to sample the selection. Marijuana was legal in San Francisco, and he was going to have a blast.