Those aren't neighbors, those are housemates. A foot and one half away!! Eek.I like that VERY much, your illustration mashed up with photos. Highly celebratory.
Hi Booda Baby! Actually we hardly ever see them. They're very friendly, generous & loving and our anti-social nature is just fine by them. Not to mention that John is a great chef and often will bring over a plate of whatever's cooking.I was just thinking about this the other day: before we moved here, I never thought I would like living in such close proximity to other people. (Most houses in our neighborhood are built right up next to each other.) But I really like it. I have to have privacy--but I like knowing other people are close by. It gives one a sense of "We're all in this together."
Linda that's a great photo with your next door neighbors. Question: Is the "Pacific Cafe" the restaurant near your house along the coast with all the wood and the sunsets and the chicken wings? Vincent and I still talk about that place, if it's the one I'm remembering. It was a memory-maker.
Jamie, hi! Are thinking about the Cliff House?It was dark and dreary when we first moved here, but it's been renovated and is now full of light and kind of nice. And now there's a little bar along the top where they have live jazz on Fri's (free!!) but of course it makes you want to drink lots of champagne.Pacific Cafe is 10 blocks east on Geary--you get a glass of wine while you wait, and the gluten there is to die for! I had baskets and baskets of gluten.
Cliff House! That's it! Jamie
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