My friend Tim sent this to me with the note, “I watch this and think of you.” and I think, “He knows me well…”
The effect of 5-years of sunsets on the exposed floors in my dining room vs. the area that what was covered by a rug I just took up because I spilled a coffee all over the place.
Crazy how much it has faded!
For some reason this cracks me up…
Fun morning with Jared. I should have run the 10K for this race but I had an asshole of a flu last week (lost my voice for two days) and just didn’t have the lungs for it.
at AT&T Park
Ready for The Giant Race…
Let’s go Giants & let’s go Project Open Hand!
Happy Birthday, Tim Frye!
I’ve been reading “Cool Gray City of Love" by Gary Kamiya and the parts about how all of the City — not just the Richmond and Sunset — was once nothing but sand dunes and hills from the ocean across to the Bay are fascinating. Seeing photos like this makes it come to life.
In the 14-1/2 years I have lived in San Francisco it’s been interesting to see how the sand has reclaimed most of the walkways along Ocean Beach and periodically reclaims long stretches of the Great Highway.
I don’t know if the City made more of an effort with the sand back then, or if there has been a shift in the winds that bring in onshore, but it is taking more and more of the City back.
[photo: matt foster]
I had a hankering for steamed, spiced shrimp… now I have a hankering for someone to come peel them for me.
Dosing up on vitamin D…
A glass sided, motorcycle-drawn hearse in Sonoma… this is definitely a first for me.
A beautiful Sonoma sunset to start a long weekend.