Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco’

A day early?

May 12, 2011

This mural was seen in the work stage (above) and then finished (?) a week later, in San Francisco.

If we post these photos as a “Thursday extra” does that mean we can take Friday off?

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Where does Jack Kerouac alley take you?

May 6, 2011

This alley in San Francisco is close to but not right “at” the Beat Museum.

Read my protest sign

April 3, 2011

Not to worry if you arrived at the St. Stupid’s Day Parade without a protest sign; there were plenty available.

Trip to SFMOMA

January 5, 2011

The top two photos were taken at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in the roof plaza area.  The work of art is a giant slab of metal (slowly adding a venier of rust) that gains an added level of abstractness with the shaddow of a nearby building on it.

The lower photo is some gutter art from nearby.

It was a fun afternoon excursion on a sunny winter’s day.

Club 55

December 28, 2010

It looked better on the camera’s screen.

A Mile in Jack Kerouac’s shoes

December 27, 2010

Jack Kerouac reportedly hung out at the Vesuvio’s cafe in North Beach.  On Christmas Eve, we stopped in and had a cup of coffee and enjoyed the view.  We wondered:  Could Kerouac’s DNA still be on some of the walls or furniture?

On a Coolpix day

December 27, 2010

This broken window was seen on Christmas Eve at the remians of the old SF Transbay Bus Terminal.

Bouchercon snapshots

October 16, 2010

We’ve been attentding Bouchercon (the convention for mystery writeres and fans) in San Francisco and these are some of the snapshots we took on Friday.  We’ll take more today.

Ask the man who owns one.

July 20, 2010

We saw this 1941 Packard in Frisco on Sunday.

Fog City Gem

July 19, 2010

We were strolling in the Cow Hollow section of San Francisco and we spotted this Buick Roadmaster.  Best guess is that it is a 40 (or maybe 41?).