Saturday night, Fleet Week, 2014, Powell Street cable car turnaround, cable cars only, please.
“There are countries in which the communal provisions of housing, transport, education, and health care is so inferior that inhabitants will naturally seek to escape involvement with the masses by barricading themselves behind solid walls. The desire for high status is never stronger than in situations where “ordinary” life fails to answer a median need […]
After two years of living in San Francisco, we’ve realized pretty quickly that the best way to enjoy the City and maintain a degree of sanity is to spend some time away from it. Escaping the rapid human-created pace of the city is essential. This past Sunday we ventured to the Tennessee Valley trailhead to do […]
Last Labor Day, Emily and I rented an old US Forest Service lookout tower near Mt. Shasta. It was the perfect weekend getaway with amazing views, the right amount of roughing it, vibrant night skies, and no bears. I found out about the USFS lookout rentals from a colleague at work who spent an extended […]
When I worked at the Chicago Department of Transportation, I was able to contribute to the development of the Chicago Pedestrian Safety campaign which was funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. There were a number of elements to the campaign, but one component that I was able to work on was the Chicago […]