Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Pier 39, dry heave

Yesterday I delivered some jewelry from a place at the beginning of Bryant St. by the Bay to Pier 39:

Pier 39 is truly the 39th circle of Hell, one of the worst places in San Francisco, and should be avoided at all costs along with Fisherman's Wharf, Ghiradelli Square and jail.

Then today I had to drop off a big roll from 2nd street to a jobsite on 5600 3rd St. A "jobsite" is usually a trailer set up near a construction site. This one wasn't occupied this afternoon so I had to take the roll back. Luckily I had a drop on Yosemite St. nearby, so riding way the hell out to the HP wasn't a total loss.

There I had to walk through some mystery workshop to find the recipient of the odd-shaped package I'd carried over. There were two barrels full of green liquid, spinning:

And this:
Not sure either. I rode back to 461 2nd, another fresh atrium and returned the roll:


Anxious in SF said...

I like your blog... really cool pics. It defo helped my Thurs. afternoon go by a little quicker.

Anonymous said...

Haha, "writing hella labels".

I like your blog too. It's interesting and uncommon.

Ryan said...

hey, thanks