my last day of adventure brought me to alamo square and the lovely painted ladies.
they’re sweet, but i like these girls even better on the other side of the park. who doesn’t want to live in a candy colored house?!
and such deep pine & eucalyptus trees. small pockets of wildness to get lost inside in the middle of the city.
i sat and watched this canine version of buck moss for awhile.
different park. different doggies.
i sat on a bench and laughed out loud at their clown-like chasing games.
lafayette park in pacific heights has views that leave you breathless.
i sat on a bench under a stand of fragrant trees and stared out at all that BLUE.
read a book. did more staring & thinking – deep & shallow thoughts.
i decided that in 10 years i’m going to move to san francisco.
become a dog walker. open a pink launderette.
move into a corner apartment with sweeping views of the bay. across the street from a park of course.
my heart’s kind of set on this one.
but this one has it’s own set of charms.
maybe i’ll get a bike. san francisco has a surprising number of bike riders!
or at least get really good at motoring up hills. my arse will become like a couple of steel love buns from noe valley bakery.
i’ll join a crochet circle that meets in a different park every week.
take chinese lessons.
get a dog.
find a friend with a sailboat.
stuff like that.