Some snaps taken between work and play.
Those tubes were pretty easy to tote around to make some of recent poster deliveries.
It is not very often I have that backpack with me, but it comes in quite handy at times. I don’t like to carry anything on my back at all.
See, I can start my own messenger service called: Meligrosa’s Mixtes Mujeres Messengers.
We don’t promise fast, but we can promise coffee stains! oh, maybe not a brilliant marketing incentive…
Almost all the scarves I wear are knitted (crotched!?) by mi mom — so lucky I am!
My homefries Richie recently took this one of me at Sightglass coffee, it is in 35mm analogue media. Rad.
Naturally I snapped one of him as well, getting coffee at Stable coffee.
Having good friends to geek out to Cameras and chisme, guarantees good times.
He has started to share his fotos +all good things at notmyrichie.
Is not called bici flat chorro for no reason.
This is an ongoing pffffttt of flats and a slashing combination between a few days of plenty of rain and new year’s glass+evidence of too much fun EVERYWHERE. Upon my 5th flat tire encounter within a week (including 2 flats during the SF Bike Party), I decided to give walking a chance while I get Frenchie ready to sport brand new tires today. I am more than likely going with the Continental kevlar Polk street-approved tires which I don’t recall the name, but they are about 40$ea. It’s about that time again. Unless you all have extremely nice reviews from those glowing reflective tires which I have also been eyeing for awhile.
Any recommendations to deviate me from the kevlar ones will take some really good reasons, but please do feel free to adivse, I’d like to know if you swear by a specific one/brand.
Riding around the Tenderloin, I recently came across a somewhat new coffee place: the Little Bird Coffeehouse on Geary st. Upon arrival I spotted a few bikes outside, signs of local coffee companies Ritual and De La Paz (which is delivered by bicycle) so I had to check it out.
I met Luke and he very nicely introduce me to their espresso of the day which I recall was a tad on the berry side, smooth and on the lighter side for an afternoon dose. It was cool to chat with him briefly, then I took a few snaps and I will more than likely be returning here for future mid-afternoon shots of delicious espresso. From a first impression the staff is quite friendly, the atmosphere is on the artsy side and it has a very young-20’s tenderloin energy kick to it.