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If you've lived in San Francisco for any length of time, and you still find it hard to remember which road heads East along the Golden Gate panhandle, and which one runs West, then use this simple mnemonic device:
"Oak to Oakland, Fell to the Fog."
Posted by Bryce on February 27, 2003 11:50 PM
I have to admit -- I think that handy device was devised by my friend Mikol, during one of our all-too-frequent commute wander-thoughts. But I can't remember. But it is handy, cause man I could never remember which was which.
Oh, by the way -- our 1-year anniversary of leaving San Francisco is coming up, and I'm feeling some morose nostalgia coming on.. expect more SF musings in the coming week.
February 27, 2003 11:56 PM
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