Home Sweet Home
This is an old picture, but after a train from Connecticut to Grand Central Station, a bus from Grand Central to JFK, and a plane from JFK to SFO—with 5 kids screaming bloody murder, a call for a doctor on board, and a lot of turbulence—this is the most amazing sight. I love Cali! Home Sweet Home.
Homemade Pizza Party
Awesome date night. Homemade French onion pizza, with salad and wine.
More Mission Fun
These are some of my favorite places in the Mission. Paxton Gate is the most awesome store! If you’re ever in the mission check it out. It’s the place to buy all things taxidermy, all things fossilized, and all things a little off. They also have a kids store down the street which is bad ass! Therapy is one of my favorite clothing and home good stores. I love the home side, they...
Macchiato at Tartine
I <3 Tartine. This is by far the best bakery in San Francisco. I love their Olive Loaf! My Macchiato looked prettier before I messed up the perfect foam.
Sunday Night Dinner
Yellow chard sauteed with sweet red onion and crimini mushrooms. Fresh halibut from local Half Moon Bay fishermen, pan seared with lemon, butter, capers, and topped with cilantro. Paired with a sweet, chilled Riesling. Brought to you with love from the farmers market. (and Bev Mo)
Summer in SF
Summer in SF inevitably means many days of fog, but also a few handful of spectacularly sunny, warm, bright days. These days are sure to bring out the kids by the bike-load, bus-load, car-load … to the various parks around the city. The mission is the best place to view this phenomenon. Dolores park is always full. Here are some of my shots walking around the mission yesterday afternoon. ...
Naked Bikers in SF
Streakers on the loose! Watch for them.
A Farmers Market Extravaganza
This is the first farmers market outing in my new zip code. The sun was shinning (82 degrees at 8am) — Summer breaking through. I rode my bike all of five minutes to get there, and all in all spent about $20. What a fabulous morning. Happy Saturday.
June Gloom in SF
A typical June morning in San Francisco. My last official morning living in the city. Good-bye fog.
The Haight & The Panhandle
After work today I was in desperate need of some fresh air. It was such a beautiful evening. I walked down the Panhandle to grab some dinner on Divisadero. As I walked, I noticed some hippies playing volleyball and the sun setting behind some classic Edwardian homes. This is what I saw.
All the Places I Have Been
This is pretty awesome. I love looking down at patterns in the sidewalk, floor, or ground. reesesoco: In a month, a year. Hyatt San Francisco Montara State Beach Sausalito Berkeley Japanese Tea Garden This is for remembering, and as inspiration for more.
This is a synchronized swimming group in LA that was started by a friend of my sister. Pretty freaking awesome.