The cardboard looks a little low to me:
Is this a legal thing or an illegal thing? IDK.
I never really got a proper answer on this one, so I’m going to to try again with a new photo.
“Affixing” items to Rec and Park trees is illegal, right?
So people who attach ropes to trees in Frisco parks get tickets from Rangers, right? Yes they do.
So what’s up with this graphic?
I can’t explain it.
Here you go, this was just the other day in GGP:
So yeah, if you cut down a big tree to have some fun with the stump, I can see how that’d be citeable.
But I don’t see how slacklining or romantic hammocking is an automatic violation of the SF Park Code.
So, I’m saying the newish signs from RPD are incorrect.
So I’m saying that the RPD should go to the BOS to fix this sitch,
So Makr Grl here was cruising by a Rec and Park tree and then, in the spirit of “GET OUT AND PLAY,” she performed a hack using found materials and then she “affixed” her new swing to a Rec and Park brand tree. And then merriment proceeded, thusly:
But, uh oh, the tree swing depicted in this Rec and Park logo violates Rec and Park rules, right? Check out #3:
Isn’t it ironic?
This is from yesterday, May 13, 2013:
“Statement from Nathan Outteridge: The description of the accident in the Newcastle Herald while quoting my father is not correct and does not reflect the facts…”
And which description was that?
“Nathan told me [the turn] didn’t seem any different to any other occasion. The bow dug in a little bit but he said that’s not unusual. The next thing he heard a cracking noise and the boat went on its side. Before it capsized it snapped in half, Nathan described it as folding like a taco shell.”
So last week he tells his dad something and then this week, after Artemis Racing lawyers up, he says…
Hey, what’s this? From back in 2012:
Artemis Racing is hauled out of the water to survey a damaged front beam
Photo: Sander van der Borch / Artemis Racing
In preparation for sailing the Artemis Racing AC72, the team was conducting valuable structural tests afloat earlier yesterday when damage was incurred to the front beam of the catamaran. The AC72 has been hauled out of the water and the design team, led by Principal Designer Juan Kouyoumidjian, is on site to evaluate the damage. “
Horses, that’s why. Police horses, that is.
JHP poo, tourists, the Embarcadero, and Ferry Building. Welcome to San Francisco!
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So, now that OccupySF is over, area property owners are happy? Really? Mmmm.
And who was it, was it Hawaiian Airlines or Disney what was demanding the end of OccupySF? Maybe I’ll look into that and see how they feel about Occupy. [Cough, boycott, cough.]
On It Goes…
*Owner of Embarcadero Center or someplace. (Now isn’t that a great name for a San Francisco company?)
An entire hippie drum circle was riveted on this scene in the Golden Gate park Panhandle a while back.
Note love seat on the roof of the minivan – it was there for about a week.
Note bowling ball imprint on windshield.
Note how many cops it took to get this man and his friend on their way:
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Appeared to be a lot of drama going on.
Anyway, there’s a lot of material here, so just make up your own story…