What does our SFMTA spend its billions on? IDK. But what about this train track gap on Market and above BART?
Pretty sure pretty all road bike tires would go right through this gap.
Here’s what I saw the other day:
I’m supposing it’s crayfish from the bottom of Stow Lake.
Now let’s review
Sometimes crayfish look very red, like a lobster, sometimes not?
Great blue herons throw them up in the air and then catch ’em with a big thwack. THWACK:
There’s mudbug juice everywhere.
But pied-billed grebes are neater
There you go, Junior:
Eat some crawdads:
All right, stay safe, mudbugs.
Procambarus clarkii is a freshwater crayfish species, native to the Southeastern United States, but found also on other continents, where it is often an invasive pest. It is known variously as the red swamp crawfish, red swamp crayfish,Louisiana crawfish, Louisiana crayfish or mudbug.
Look, it’s Twizy! In red these days:
Relax and swing:
UPDATE: Oh, here’s some new video from ground zero:
Here’s a photo of how it looks close up – a big thanks to Jeff Waldman: