Not even going to tell you how hot it was around here over the weekend. I would really want the fog back because I’ll be the 1/1000 to not lay in the sun like a lizard as soon as we get these heatwaves.
However, this is rather strange. Weather across the states is having a temper tantrum.
California is also my homestate, so yes, I’ve only known 2 seasons my whole life. The one that is sunny, and the one with the fog.
I love you too.
Sunkissed-bike kiss from the golden state.
Reading furthermore seeking to learn and find info about my new Lumix LX5, I came across this peculiar little video about a guy in Brooklyn, who comes across this canister of film, develops it and hopes to find their owners. I thought it pretty much sums up how the internet, photos and a little bit of time and effort, can connect so many people across the planet, with a few clicks.
Not to mention the simple power of curiosity to ask one self, well what if?
“Critical Mass is a mass bicycle ride that takes place on the last Friday of each month in cities around the world. Everyone is invited! No one is in charge! Bring your bike!”
The unofficial critical mass site: sfcriticalmass.org
“Before bikes were invented, the popular Wiggle bike route was a foot trail to avoid these same hills. Change the way you see the landscape as we talk about everything from art and bike politics to floods, lakes and native societies. We’ll discuss the very latest research on how the Mission Dolores was, it seems, founded in the Wiggle.”
RSVP required. Set your own cost: $10 to $40 donation asked.
+info via thinkwalks.org here: link
I forgot to show you the photo that I submitted just for fun, in the photo competition that the fine site candycranks held.
The contest ran through the month of December 2010.
This is in front of the Asian Art Museum, and I had forgotten all about the timer. I’m not very good at that, I get easily distracted.
Looks like I’m picking my nose, perhaps. But I’m removing my shades, I ran into a friend. Read on, and check out all the entries here: candycranks.com/…
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Julie lost her wallet, which was used at Walgreens near where she potentially lost it. Read how she fights an unfortunate event, with positive energy: julieliveshere.com/…
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The local blue dancing bici queens, The Bay Area Derailleurs, San Francisco’s bike dance team, have a new video out:
“San Francisco’s bike dance team is requesting support to continue the eco-arts revolution. There are plans for a US and world tour with bike dance teams around the world to spread the bike fun and strengthen community around sustainable transportation.” Read more: here
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Speaking of badassery, Women join the circus, on wheels. ohdaaaang.
tip hat to Brian. via jezebel
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The Claremont cyclist thinks he spotted me riding down south =)
I do turn into giant skulss from time to time…
Photo via wearedesignbureau.com
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My amiga Diana, loves this sweater from modcloth. So cute!
“I like bike sweater”via modcloth.com/…
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One of my top, favorite bloggie friends Jennine of The Coveted, pretty much had her blogging identity ‘duplicated’ into this new site, under the same exact name, which claims to be “the selby for closets.”
I think it is rather a cheap-shot being that her blog of 4+ years has earned a very good reputation around the web.
Do you think they intentionally want to mis-direct her readers?! What are your thoughts upon scenarios like this?
There is only one The Coveted, and in the internet/fashion/blogging community, we know which one it is.
Jennine is well known and well loved, and it is always LOVELY to catch her whenever she comes back to town (in 2009, in 2010).
There is an article which recently presented the situation, read furthermore about it: fashionablymarketing.me/…