4:30 PM people – on a Monday:
I hardly recognize the place…
You’ve seen the northern end, now here’s the southern end:
Here it is, for dropping off your “loved ones” at SFO:
And here’s the map:
IDK, man. This doesn’t seem like all that great an option, so like I don’t get this, man.
I aint never seen this:
I can remember seeing some HUMVEEs on the “Interstate” freeways of Honolulu,* but H1 Hummers were the smallest of the lot here. Look at these beasts – I bet they put out more NOx than a TDI VW:
Here’s what you need, an 8×8 Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) M984 wrecker
About ten vehicles altogether…
*Yes, just one city has three entire interstate freeways inside of it
In my day, we’d call this a brontosaurus, but then again we also called Frisco Frisco, plus at that time they learned us that Pluto was a full-on planet so oh well don’t listen to me, I’m sure they have a better word than brontosaurus these days, when kids don’t learn (how to smoke and) how to name dinosaurs from Flintstones reruns…
I’ve never seen it like this, during our Winter of ’15, not in all my years…
I remember Camp Agnos in Civic Center and of course we had Occupy SF back in aught-eleven, but I’ve never seen the streets of San Francisco like this, like this part of Ed Lee‘s Tent City, with one tent after the other stretching as far as the eye can see…
The north part of each block of the stretch of road underneath the I-80 from 11th Street (where Costco #144 is) to Valencia is now occupied by numerous tents.
I’ve seen four in a row before but this kind of thing is unprecedented, IMO:
Some blocks might have 15 tents, one after the other, these days? I’ll check next time I’m down there.
In other news: