I spent a few days in San Francisco earlier in the year. I fell in love. If you have never been, I highly recommend it. If I could have, I would have called home, had a few boxes sent my way and hunkered down as a proper west coaster….. Art everywhere, on walls, in shops, on the ground, on people. Unique, hip, nice, open people everywhere. Great food, easy transportation, and close proximity to some of the most beautiful natural landscapes I have ever seen.
The only down side, is there isn’t one. Everything is uphill. Doesn’t matter which way you are heading or if you are going back to where you just came from, it will in fact be uphill both ways. A land our grandparents have told us about as children and we all thought was an exaggeration. A place where school was uphill both ways, often barefoot and in the snow. A place we all thought was a scary story old people told to make us appreciate the bus, or to make us go out and shovel on snow days. Nope, they just all grew up in SF.
I’ve been pretty uninspired to post photos because every time I do, I look at the post and think to myself, I liked it better before I had to size it down to a postage stamp. Those days are over my friends. They may say bigger isn’t better but I don’t think they were talking about blogs. This is still a work in progress so you will see some changes as we go, but for now……….
big up Frisco!
this dog was awesome.
rockin out against prop h8te
no Officer, I didn’t realize how far out the window I was hanging, I promise I’ll go slower next time.
it’s sunny right behind me, seriously
my partner in crime
I love Pitcher Plants, they eat things alive
an amazing trip.