You can see a little fountain springing up out of one of them
Life in Frisco…
Here’s some background and now let’s have an update.
San Francisco’s Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea of poo:
Stepping over and on raw sewage, on a daily basis:
Is this rainwater? You wish. It’s the accumulated sewage from the previous eruption. Most of the time this area is wet:
This is the sidewalk of Sansome betwixt Pine and California near our tony Mandarin Oriental Hotel.
The vent you see on the right regularly overflows with stinky raw sewage.
Why does that happen?
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And stuff that looks like toilet paper, is toilet paper, Gentle Reader.
And this is the same thing on Clayton near the 94117 Post Office:
But in this location, this condition doesn’t seem to be a regular thing.
The problem near the corner of California and Sansome near the new CVS in the Financh is ongoing.
HC SVNT DRACONES:
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This intersection is usually steaming, unless it’s flooding. Like this:
As per usual, it all happens on (or near) McAllister Street, Gateway to the Golden Gate Park Panhandle and home of the Snickerdoodle bike path (Route 20), your best way of getting over Alamo Heights while avoiding the abysmal, Hayes Valley NIMBY-designed Octavia Boulevard 24-7 traffic scrum.