pobrecito on barle essstree.
What a fun town you live in.
I hope Frenchie did not get too close to that "Death-mobile" and become possessed in any way. That is one skirry auto. About 20 years ago, there was this guy in La Jolla(San Diego) who had a van with little curios, trinkets, statues covering the entire thing. I hope he didn't go bad and move to SF to create the "Death-mobile". That thing needs an exorcism. Again, SCARY!!!
A BC license plate! Canadians are weird. ;-P
I'm from Vancouver, BC, and I really ought to take offense to that last comment, but its totally true. I've seen that car before, and crazy, toy covered cars seem to pop up all the time here... Meli- thanks for always posting awesome pics from the bike lanes! Your posts make my day!
Saramonella, I'm from Vancouver too, hence the freeness to make self deprecating comments about Canadians. The humor is really in the fact that it's such a blatant all encompassing statement, which are pretty much never true.
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You raise a good point. :)
Hi Melie! That headless pinata is too funny! Hope you are well and getting in lots of nice rides during this cool autumn weather!xo
"what's this?". Just in time for Halloween!
calitexican/ sana sana Filigree/ :D come visit sometime!!changuito/ these things keep it in the mix. frenchie sees crazy shit in the streets of SF.. ;) La jolla's own death mobile, sounds spooky!! keeping those UCSD kids on check eh?!Saramonella & Samuel/ thanks Salmonella for the nice notes, as always and you Canadians bicycle peeps, much love. Hey MaryJo/ thanks♥ always nice to hear from you. &yes, Happy autumn!!Spiderleggreen/ bike lane timing is everything :D
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