Food Tour. What? Yeah. Part 3

San Francisco, still foggy even in late summer.
Each day was crisp, and the scant sun that fought through was devoured by all.
"San Francisco is a den of iniquity." – My Grandfather
Fisherman's Wharf. Dirty hippies are there too, but I'm just being sentimental.
Lindsay's birthday dinner, after the fact, but still in honor. So young, so much life ahead of her.
Deanna and I toast to food touring with our virgin drinks. Is that Mike Kershnar at that table back there?
Happy Birth-Daaaay!
There are WAY more photos like this outside of restaurants, but I will spare you. Millennium is hands down the best vegan restaurant in California, and hence, probably the best on the west coast. So if you are vegan, make the pilgrimage, and be ready to spend some dough, it's fancy.
Have you ever made out for 2.5 hours? Straight kissing for over 2 hours with scant attempts at a boob or bun grab?
Berkeley, another hippie epicenter, Stacy tried my shred-sled, and in the process discovered she's mongo. Deanna said, "You're pushing mongo!" And Lindsay said, "I wouldn't even know how to pedal one of those things."
(If you're in Berkeley, go to Cinnaholic.)
Into the Napa Valley on a food mission. Downtown Napa is fairly trife. 50 percent of the businesses were shut-down and empty. We asked a skater kid working at a hotel what there was to do here, and he said, "Nothing." We stopped at the visitor center to look for something inappropriate to do.
Boo-Ya, cheesy-puss! Why did she choose Swiss cheese eh?
Stacy shows us her wine rack, (What middle-aged woman would buy that and wear it around?) while Lindsay looks for something innapropriate to do - you can see she wants in on the action, even though she hates having her photo taken.
Went antique shopping. You know you're over-the-hill when that's a good time. I bought an army song book from 1941. Pretty epic knowing the lyrics to all these famous songs we grow up hearing.
This was 3 bucks but I didn't buy it. I wanted to see what was inside, and now I never will.
Menu-check, - check!
Stacy, getting mildy innapropriate.
Let me dip your head into this wonderful park.
"A true man never frets about his place in the world, but just slides into it by the gravitation of his nature, and swings there as easily as a star." –Edwin Hubbel Chapin
Stacy on the moods swings. If your pants are lavender, it means you have clarity and are sensual. Unless it's the other lavender, in that case you are fearful and uncertain.
"We  are born with a scream; we come into life with a scream, and maybe love is a mosquito net between the fear of living and the fear of death." –Francis Bacon
After exploring all of downtown Napa we resorted to driving around until we found this park.
Perhaps I'm over doing the swings?
Posted September 6th, 2010 by The underlord of Estrogen's testicles
3rd photo,I've been there. I stood exactly there. Over where that Seagull was I tried taking a photo of my brother and mom,but the lighting didn't let.

Sun fighting through the clouds.It ain't So-cal no mo',brah.

Den of Iniquity? It's nicer than Modesto and some other places in the bay.

7142img4111.JPG = All the ladies.

One time I made out from like 10 at night to like 4am. Who hasn't made out for 2.5 hours? Make out and watch Titanic.But not that 3 VHS bullshit. DVD.

Cheesy puss?

"Went antique shopping. You know you're over-the-hill when that's a good time." Made me LOL. Better than sitting on a couch watching people get wasted,sometimes.

Those parks are made for kids, so I guess Adults going in them is like those BMX dudes going into skateparks. Plus you can beat up any kid that starts to try shit. You could probably even drop-kick some three year old asshole.

Here's some Racist Morrissey news:

Jerry Hsu is subspecies. jk.

Anyway. Does Heath Kirchart have a Wife or Girlfriend? It's pretty gnarly he's retiring. That trick in his Mindfield part where he hauls ass and 5050s/ Board or lip whatever slides those benches. Badass. I think it's cool that he's retiring with taht "Fuck this shit, I'm out. Late. There's other shit I'd rather be doing" mentality. Keeping it real.
Posted By: Jgonzalez on September 6th, 2010 at 10:12AM PST
I am in a pizza coma. went to Green Mill to eat unlimited lunch special veggie pizza.... been thinking of going back to vegetarianism.


Yesterday I went to the lake and did this thing called "Stand Up Paddling". Basically you stand upon a surf board and paddle. I felt awesome because my wet suit made my butt look good. My step dad is really good and didn't fall off his board like me. It's harder than you think.

I don't know how much I could subscribe to a California type mindset when I think of all the pretentious people but I know I would get over it and love everyone and make lots of friends and be skateboarding a lot more if I did live there.
Posted By: d1ggitydan on September 6th, 2010 at 12:09PM PST
Pretentious people are everywhere. California is no worse than anywhere else.
Posted By: ed on September 6th, 2010 at 01:12PM PST
Wow! I heart looking at all the pretty pictures! Ed's art is truly amazing! I have been skateboarding for 13 years, vegan for ten, and really appreciate him letting us look at his adventures. I think Ed is a "superstar!". P.s. Had to much coffee and feel like vomiting.p.p.s. I think Stacy is pretty. Thank you, Peace. Eric Rangel, Hayward, California.
Posted By: on September 6th, 2010 at 02:11PM PST
The Food Tour looks awesome haha. Always wanted to go to San Francisco, I might go there next summer, I've never even been on the west coast haha. Devin Briggs wrote today or recently that he had his first N.Y. slice of pizza......NY represent haha. I wish there were some vegetarian/vegan restaurants out where I live. I don't know of any.

The underlord of Estrogen's testicles made me laugh haha.
Posted By: Mike on September 6th, 2010 at 05:00PM PST
Where do you live Mike?
Check Happy, they will hook you up:
Posted By: ed on September 6th, 2010 at 05:12PM PST
Everyone's been buzzing about the bean sprout quesadilla!
Stacy is very pretty!
Posted By: josiah on September 6th, 2010 at 05:14PM PST
I've been trying to find some, the closest one on that site is in newport, which is like an hour away, I hate living in such a small ass town. Sometimes.
Posted By: john on September 6th, 2010 at 05:22PM PST
Where do YOU live John?
Posted By: ed on September 6th, 2010 at 06:24PM PST
d1ggity, I got a four day weekend too. High fives.
Kinda lonely though. Anyway. I saw some lady in the middle of the bay, it surprised me. I wondered how she was just standing in the middle of the water. Turned out she was paddle boarding. I guess that thing is getting popular.

Mike, what's good is when you get a Veggie patty or Veggie dog. Throw it in the TOASTER OVEN, not microwave, for a quick meal when you're tired of gnar greasy meats. Eat it with some fruit, water. Get juiced to Skate,work,wackoff,comment on the internet etc.
Posted By: Jgonzalez on September 6th, 2010 at 06:28PM PST
Massachusetts. A small town called dighton. Google it.
Posted By: john on September 6th, 2010 at 07:03PM PST
Some company makes these veggie boneless ribs. Holy shit they are so good.
Posted By: john on September 6th, 2010 at 07:05PM PST
Posted By: Jgonzalez on September 6th, 2010 at 07:07PM PST
Totally ate some soy taco meat today! Being veg-edge is awesome.

I just saw parts 1 & 2 of The Cremaster Cycle.

Posted By: Hemlock Drew on September 6th, 2010 at 09:58PM PST
stacy is great
Posted By: sambalam on September 6th, 2010 at 11:20PM PST
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