It used to be like this:
But now it’s like this:
FBOW, most of the lawns are gone, paved over long ago to make room for more car parking…
As seen from Noriega, right next to Sunset:
One searches and one finds a bit on Hoodline to explain the mystery.
So I see one UBER self driver way out there in the Avenues, so no biggee, but here comes another right behind.
Say, maybe if these self driving cars drive all over town, they can memorize the place, the Google’s rides have done down in Mountain View and the way the dinosaurs tested the electrified fences in Jurassic Park.
Sunday Streets seems to have been a bigger deal about a decade ago, but oh well.
In the Mission on Valencia yesterday – very nice weather, an OK turnout:
Cars used to be a big deal at SS. So generally you’d get access to your garage, but somebody would walk in front of your car to keep you at a walking pace. It was a BFD. But these days, things are more mellow. Dude drove down Valencia to park at his residence NBD:
One notes that Embarcadero, the original Sunday Street, didn’t make the cut for 2017. Some businesses at the Fish Wharf didn’t like SS, but I don’t know the story…
Here’s the story:
And here’s one of the windows – I guess the projectile made it about halfway through:
I looked for a pellet or a BB (beebee, a little spherical piece of metal) on the ground, but saw nothing.
Bee(bee) on the look out.