Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Another brief photo essay of my last, well, month.

Dying pants yellow for my Bay to Breakers costume.

The one calm moment before the insanity. The Gatorade is so the Ninja Turtles could make Ooze.

Me (April O'Neil, in a really unflattering outfit) and the Turtles and Splinter.

Beginning of our camping trip - the dam at Hetch Hetchy.

The view from our campsite.

Why I couldn't enjoy the view: I was sick and delirious in that tent that's just obscured in the background there.

On the hike down.

I love taking pictures in the sun - you can hardly tell if you're getting the picture you want. This time I totally did. I'm super proud.

My friend Matt (on the right) and his friend Ben at a work event at Giants Stadium - in the dugout!

Another BBQ in San Francisco... This one is looking south/south-west (I think!) from Lafayette Park.

Dan and his brother Matt in the park.

These are olallieberries!! We picked them.

This picture reminds me of Blueberries for Sal.

Getting ready for kayaking.

Sunday, in the backyard of Rogue Public House in North Beach.

More pictures here, but not all of them are up since sometimes Bay to Breakers pictures should really be kept under wraps (nothing too sketchy though, I promise.)


Molly said...

I love these adventurous pictures! Camping, berries, so much that seems so wonderful here!

Anonymous said...

dude, i've seen all of these on the facebook! is that a bad thing or a good thing or a neutral non-issue?

Emily said...

it just means you're addicted to facebook. no, i mean there are people who read this that don't look at facebook, so that's why they're here. it's neutral.

Anonymous said...

Dyeing pants picture looks like boxed scalloped potatoes to me.

Kim said...

I'm so glad you mentioned Blueberries for Sal! I loved that book as a kid (still do, in fact). PS-I'm totally a facebook-blog-stalker too. Also, I have really been wanting to go camping lately, and your pictures are confirming my desires.

And one more thing: we have the same blog template. Coincidence? I think not.