Ted and I take a break at Peet’s Coffee & Tea shop on Market, near the Castro.
(it might even be considered in Castro, the neighborhoods here are fairly small, and it’s only about two or three blocks from Castro Street.)
Another one at Peet’s
Lunch at Nirvana’s in Castro, Mango Glazed Chicken and rice. Tasty.
Public transportation, San Francisco style.
Looking up Castro Street.
Harvey Milk’s storefront, now rented by the Human Rights Campaign, who provide space for the Trevor Project.
The door at HRC, formerly Castro Camera, Harvey Milk’s store.
Harvey keeps an eye on things.
Tonight’s walkabout: The Streets of San Francisco. (they’re not flat)
Ted’s ready to ride. 535 miles, 7 days.