++ Started Friday night, in the Castro.
The streets and the sidewalks are typically pretty crowded.
Weather picked up again to a Californian spoiled January, in the high 50°s F.

Market at Church
Keep clear
Keep clear

++ Saturday morning was to kick it with the boys.
We had a little coffee, loads of food and bottomless drop coffee, then a little more coffee.
These shots are all at Flora Grubb, the coffee (a small kiosk) is by Ritual.  
Jerrold near 3rd. street, Bayview district.

 the purple chill

sunshine chip
sol y sombra

++ Saturday night was to kick it with the ladies.
Pizza pies and pointillist paintings.
We got to enjoy a very late evening treat at deYoung, closing at midnight.
The exhibit ends this Tuesday, January 18th.
My absolute two favorites were Sargent’s “La Carmencita” and Henri Rousseau’s “War.”

Van Gogh, Gauguin, Cézanne and Beyond: Post-Impressionist Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay  “The de Young is the only museum in North America to host the exhibition.” 
ragazze
Ragazze dining at Ragazza.
Departing the deYoung
Departing the deYoung

++ Sunday was Rio’s alterego birthday party. A world full of 3D awesomeness. 

There were good peeps, portraits and markers, a KITTEH piñata and the best little super heroes. xxo♥meli 

en 3D
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