David Johnson's Travel Blog
Bicycle Trip 1999
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Texas 2003
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Sequoia National Park 2004
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Little Bicycle Trip 2011
02/07  How I spent my weekend
02/08  Three States and a River
02/11  Welcome to the Desert
02/12  A Cold, Hot, Dry Day
02/13  29 Palms
02/17  Joshua Tree National Park kicked my butt
02/18  Canyons, Farms, and more Desert
02/19  See, this is why I gave up on the van
02/20  It snowed
02/25  Temecula to Oxnard
02/26  Not nearly tough enough
02/27  Solvang and Buellton
03/06  (pictures)
03/12  (pictures)
03/13  (pictures)
03/14  (pictures)
03/19  From Solvang to Lompok
03/20  Nothing to Report
03/22  (pictures)
03/23  (pictures)
03/25  Technical difficulties
03/26  Pleasantly Not Soaked
03/27  Another Shortcut
03/28  (pictures)
03/30  (pictures)
04/01  (pictures)
04/04  (pictures)
04/05  (pictures)
04/08  Toxic Orchards
04/09  Los Gatos Road
04/10  Summits
04/12  CalTrain
04/15  San Francisco
04/16  Almost Car Sick
04/17  Pinnipeds
04/19  (pictures)
04/22  (pictures)
04/22  Terrorists Stole My Jelly
04/23  A Little More Peddling
Wisconsin Bicycle Trip 2011
Bicycle Trip 2011
Nomadic 2011
Kayak Trip 2012
Nomadic 2012
Liverworks Productions
Nomadic 2013
Liverworks Productions
Texas Pig Hunting
Bicycle Trip 2014
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Biking West 2015
Chickens and Pheasants 2016
Biking About 2016
New Zealand 2016
Kayak Trip 2017

San Francisco


tl;dr: If you are looking for a detailed write-up on visiting San Francisco, look elsewhere.

Here I am in San Francisco. I have a little time to kill. I think to myself, I should go outside and look around. But there are people out there. There are a lot of people out there. There are a lot of kinds of people doing all kinds of things.

Homeless folks are everywhere--much more homeless than me. Every time I went for a walk I was asked for money. Or directions. Every time.

For an introvert like me it's all very stressful.

Normally I take pleasure in photographing local curiosities. Every single block of this place has a full day's worth of curiosities. Perhaps someday I will return with a zeal to do some real photography. For now I present you with a full-mounted African lion standing on a stack of books in a picture window.

Should I do more exploring? I think I'll just read a book.

lion in a picture window

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