SF has some nasty hills. My calves were sore for two days.
Then, this weekend, my DC friends Navah and Katie were in town for a conference. I met them in Golden Gate Park, wandered around the Japanese Tea Garden for a while, and then made our way to the neighborhood ("the Sunset") and ate at Cafe Gratitude, a vegan raw food restaurant. The food was actually pretty good. I think the key is to not expect the food you get to be like the food you're used to--a raw vegan enchilada is not going to look or taste anything like the enchiladas you'll get at the local taqueria. Once you get over that hump, it can be kinda tasty.
Inside the very crowded Muni.
The N-Judah Muni, toward Ocean Beach.
Outside the Japanese Tea Garden, where I sat in the sun and ate an ice cream sandwich.
Navah & Katie in the Tea Garden, in slo-mo.
My raw meal, called "I Am Accepting."