Cistus, a drought-tolerant perennial, also called Rock Rose or Five Spot. Also comes in white.
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Saturday, April 25, 2015
Monday, April 20, 2015
It's 4-20. WAZE routes me down Haight Street.
|Actual Unretouched Photo of San Francisco Haight Street on 4-20-2015|
I have come to rely on WAZE to route me around traffic. It usually does a a pretty good job. So what does WAZE do on 4-20? It routes me down Haight Street. Of course.
What should have been a 40 minute round trip, took almost 2 hours. No point in getting mad. Nothing to be done but roll down the window and enjoy the atmosphere.
UPDATE: Good to see those 4-20 Earth Day Values celebrated and promoted in such a responsible way:
When the throngs of stoners departed from Sharon Meadow in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park after the annual 4/20 free-for-all Monday evening, cleanup crews were quick to swoop in.City officials have conceded that shutting down the event — which sees thousands of pot-smoking revelers descend on the park for the marijuana holiday — is effectively impossible. So police, gardeners and park rangers do what they can to minimize the impacts of the weed orgy.... We were a little more organized this year, a little better prepared,” said Phil Ginsburg, the head of the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, as he raked a pile of empty plastic Jell-O shot cups, food wrappers and other refuse scattered on the hill. “But it’s still pretty nasty out here,” he added.
I have just one thing to say. YOU KIDS GET OFF OUR LAWN!
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Sunday, April 19, 2015
Posted by mw at 1:28 PM 1 comment:
Location: San Francisco, CA, USA
Rick and Bob are looking for their balls on 18.
At the turn...
Bob out of jail on 9
"Imagine the ball as a hole in space"
While waiting for Rick's backswing to complete...
Rick off the Tee
Bob inspires us...
Live blogging Lincoln Park
Monday, April 13, 2015
Larry likes his shot on 17...
14th tee to green
Jim out of trap on 11
At the turn
Jim's third shot on the par 5 9th
Larry on 7th tee...
Brad tees off on 5
Jim out of the trap on 3...
Live Blogging Harding Park... [or "Live walking party mark" as my phone's voice recognition heard it]
....with Jim, Brad, and Larry. The day after the San Francisco City Championship and 3 weeks before the WGC World Golf Championship. The stands for the tournament are being built all over the course as we play.
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