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PERSIMMON HARVEST But what do you do with them? Aside from finding out that if you consume too many persimmons, you can end up with a gluey “food ball” of undigested persimmon fiber, plantiferous glue and other nondigestibles (called a diospyrbezoar and whatever you do, DON’T click here to see

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Spent the night up here last night (though this photo is from July, the view was the same: sunny, high 70s, clear starry night, woke up to see a puffy blanket of fog blanketing the city and the ocean!) Saw hawks, red hawks, many small brown and russet-coloured lizards, two

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my boyfriend’s flock. it’s so creepy. 

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Summers in october

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Rendering of Cruise Terminal and spectator areas, SF Embarcadero (via AECOM)  Have you read about San Francisco’s preparations for the 2013 America’s Cup races? There’s going to be a lot of activity along the Embarcadero and SF Waterfront over the next few years, and it’s going to happen fast. While

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Went to Maine for a while, it rained and was freezing, now I’m back in San Francisco and it’s raining here too. Oh, well. I ate a lot of farm fresh eggs and butter when I was home – it makes using the term “farm fresh” on any menu you’ve

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wearethe99percent: I am sick of hardworking families being one paycheck or illness away from financial ruin.  I am sick of banks being able to heap on fees at their whim, force the costs of their mistakes on us through bailouts, take our homes when we can’t pay the extra fees,

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CITIES WITH FISH FARMS IN THE PARK AND FOG FUNNELS ON THE HILLS? Photo via van Bergen Kolpa Architecten I recently attended a lecture at the American Institute of Architects San Francisco space as part of the Architecture and the City Festival. SF-based IwamotoScott Architects and Rotterdam-based van Bergen Kolpa

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Tiny plane…finished in time for a real plane ride this week!

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Tinypig sidewalkfriend @the haight

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