As seen from the 101, somewhere south of SFO and north of Stanford:
Posts Tagged ‘freeway’
Freeway vs. Highway Explained – “Our Street is Not a Highway!” – But, Oh Yes, It Is – San Mateo UpdateMonday, September 15th, 2014
Apparently, some millionaire land-owning burgers down in San Mateo, specifically San Carlos, specifically east San Carlos, right next to the 101 are/were mad about taking one for the team, about losing the parking spaces in front of their hou$e$ for the Greater Good.
I know that because I saw all these signs. You see, it’s OUR PARKING SPACES vs. THE CONCERNS OF EVERYBODY ELSE IN THE WORLD.
Or, as they put it, it’s CARS vs. KIDS:
The problem with this is that all roads in California are highways, pretty much.
So, in fact, HOLLY STREET IS A HIGHWAY.
And actually it has it’s own freeway offramp – some people might think that’s a good thing, IDK
Bicycle Thieves Under the I-80 – Ineffectual Mayor Ed Lee Powerless – An Industry That “Employs” HundredsThursday, August 21st, 2014
On It Goes…
…and Day Out.
Here’s some of the inventory:
Some bike thieves are homeless and some aren’t. I mean, if you have an unregistered RV filled with stolen bicycles, are you homeless? IDK.
Some are quite industrious:
Oh no, we’ve headed too far to the west, so we’re out of the chop shop zone:
If you want to see for yourself, start at Costco and then head west under the freeway…
Sort of looks like a chain gang, huh?
All the deets:
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I’ve seen a few Nissan Skylines in America, but never one of such a recent vintage.
Is this thing a daily driver? It seems that way