Greetings from Point Reyes! We decided to get out of town for just one night, and headed north to the expansive Point Reyes National Seashore which is a massive preserve geologically separated from it’s neighboring Marin County (source Wikipedia, including photo source). We walked around Limantour Beach, then briskly hiked the Pacific Coast trail.
No, I have not stopped reading. I still read a ton, but didn’t feel the urgent need to review my last 3 books since I can’t say I wholeheartedly recommend them. In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler’s Berlin by Erik Larson This is the true story of William
There was a technical glitch with this post, so I am reposting. Two days ago, I posted about Instacart, a new service that does your grocery shopping (at Trader Joe’s and Safeway) for you. The service is available in SF, Palo Alto, and Mountain View, and charges a surprisingly low flat fee of $3.99 if you schedule your delivery anytime
Good-bye to 1/2 of a San Francisco social icon—the always fashionable, well-dressed, identical twin Brown sisters. And huge condolences to the surviving twin Marian Brown. Vivan Brown passed away at the age of 85 in her sleep on Wednesday. Seeing the two of them out and about all over the city brought a smile to
9 days sick and counting. Working very hard. No time-off allowed. Congested, sneezing, sexy voice. Every work day, I’ve escaped the office only once, to stand in line at the San Francisco Soup Co. for my beloved Tomato Bisque. Tasty, hearty, soothing goodness! Forget coffee or caffeine, this is a true cup of happiness. The