A bit early but I work on Sunday and may then drive to Winnipeg.
CVN-70 USS Carl Vinson Nimitz Class Carrier enters San Francisco Bay on a Sunday morning (always a Sunday morning). When a nine ship carrier battle group comes under the Golden Gate Bridge the city greets them by the hundreds of thousands on the Embarcadero, Pier 39 and Fisherman's Wharf and a giant yellow ribbon is tied around Coit Tower to welcome them home. Also customary, the thousands of sailors on board line the flight deck and salute the city. You can see them if you look carefully. That's Alcatraz Island in the rear left.
A Nimitz class carrier is the largest moving object ever made by man aside from a couple supertankers of more recent design. It's twin nuclear reactors require no "refueling" for 25 years and the ship can produce it's own drinking water supply indefinitely. The most recent is CVN-77, USS George H.W. Bush, which followed CVN-76, USS Ronald Reagan.