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Fols-om Nom Nom Nom

August 21, 2010

This year’s SF Street Food Fest — crowded, yes, but much smoother than last year. The lines were long but they went rather quickly. (Hey guy wearing the AWESOME Mission Reds baseball t-shirt — where the hell did you get that?!?! Jealous as hell.)

And the obligatory 180 panorama (click to zoom):

Hmm, these houses look familiar. Like they are historical or something.

Wait a minute:

Oh, that’s right, it was next to the old Recreation Park baseball grounds from 1880. Looking west from what’s now Treat, between 25th and 26th. I am officially naming these houses “The Folsom Ladies”.

You were eating on the GHOSTS OF BASEBALL PAST! (But that’s cool, given they were eating and drinking on that spot before your great-great grandparents were born.)

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. Andrew permalink
    August 23, 2010 8:45 am

    I’ve been enjoying this site for a few years now, and am happy to return the favor in a small way – Mission Reds gear appears to be available from Ebbets Field Flannels. The site refers to the team as “The Missions,” but I’m pretty sure it has to be the Reds.

    e.g.: http://www.ebbets.com/product/Mission1927Road/BaseballJerseys

  2. slyder24 permalink
    August 25, 2010 3:39 pm

    Those jerseys cost $185!!! Not even for Christmas…

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