Here’s your morning drive, 7:45 AM-ish, between Union Square and the Financial on vaunted Market Street:
Posts Tagged ‘parked’
Market Street Inbound: Two Feet Left Betwixt the Frito-Lay/Coca Cola Trucks and the Historic Street Car TracksThursday, June 23rd, 2016
Word on the Street: A Touching Plea to Those Who Break Car Windows – “Have Been Five Times in a Very Short Time”Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
Via San Francisco photographer James Corrigan:
You know back in the day a plain “NO RADIO” sign sufficed. Those were simpler times…
Look, it’s Twizy! In red these days:
Notorious Excavator, Kicked Out of the Upper Haight, Then Illegally Parked in the Outer Richmond – What’s Next?Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016
I’ve never seen an earth mover painted like this:
Used to see it parked on Waller.
It was involved with this fiasco last year.
How to Live Rent-Free in San Francisco: Get an RV and Then Park It In Front of a Church (and Not a House)Friday, June 19th, 2015
‘Cause if you sleep in your RV in front of a house, its millionaire homeowners will, hackles raised, not rest until you are gone gone gone.
But churches are a different story – you’re less likely to have to deal with complaints to the SFPD / SFMTA. (You might trigger an internal debate about why-do-we-even-have-this-congregation-in-the-first-place, you very well might do that.)
Simply, church-goers are much, much less likely to call out the popo on you.
I’ll tell you, the same RVs I saw ten years ago parked on Post and Geary and Fell and Oak at night are now, after recently being chased away by new legislation, parked on Masonic and Presidio and Hayes, as here.
On It Goes…