Eyes on the Street: Some Lovely Photos from a Streetsblog Reader

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  • Aw, that sweet Route 40 sign at 27th Avenue is marking Kirkham Street, one of the Big 56 that all the cool kids are talking about:

    http://sf.streetsblog.org/2009/03/03/love-your-lane-kirkham-street-to-the-sea/

    Yes, it will be even cooler to ride west to the beach on Kirkham, and the bike lanes will make it a much better trick-or-treat street (perhaps in time for Halloween 2009) . . .

  • Love her flickr stream!
    Her perspective is great, it always makes me feel happy to be on wheels around the city.
    and who doesn’t fall in love with that fireman cutie on wheels?!!

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