I happened upon them on my way to the Pot + Pantry farewell party yesterday, and I thought about taking pics, but I just couldn’t get in there what with the crowd being three or four deep and everybody ‘grammin every second. So I just looked to see who ‘grammed it best:
I guess the occasion is Easter, and Dandelion has a very special Easter basket for sale right now:
- a silkscreened card by the talented Jen Kindell http://jenniferkindell.com/
- chocolate covered almonds by Feve (made with our chocolate)
- chocolate covered cookies by Kika’s treats (made with our chocolate)
- a 3-pack of our single-origin bars
- in a basket with a bow
This morning, I found the Higgs Boson. Didn’t have to collide any particles or anything. Suck it, CERN.
[29th and Mission]
The one redeeming quality of all this rain is that it creates ideal conditions for some curious sidewalk cultivation. Just don’t eat any!
[Photo by eminent botanist Lauren B.]
Here’s basically what I found at the end of yesterday’s awesome rainbow:
So, watch out for falling gas stations I guess.
UPDATE: Here’s a much cuter picture of the carnage.
Reader Enrique B. explains:
My wife and I were about to head home parked in Valencia, when she noticed these lights in formation above the San Francisco Mission District.
I wasn’t sure if at first if it was another Tequila hazed mirage, but myself and a few bi-standars where all in complete awe at the lights we saw on Valencia. Please excuse my drunken reaction. This was the first time I ever saw something like this. There’s also a yellow speck which is from my iPhone lens but it’s clear which lights I’m referring to.
At first glance, I thought it might be fireworks but when they started to form a triangular formation, I knew this was uncommon.
You folks be the judge. My final conclusion….UFO’s are here for Papalote salsa.