You wouldn't know it from this video that nearby fires made the air quality in SF really poor and hard to breathe.
It's barely spring, but outside our office today, it looks like summer is in full swing. And this is working weekday!
Great guy. Really, one of the best, despite the unfortunate choice of socks. Do not judge the man by his socks, but do feel free to judge the socks.
Owen spotted wearing Culture Sock Blackjack to his meet. He is undefeated 200 meters sprint champion in his weight group in San Francisco. We are rooting for him again this year!
Working from the park on this beautiful San Francisco day.
This is from a recent gathering in San Francisco where Culture Sock was spotted. Love the wine in one hand and the dog in another as much as I love the socks!
Lots of people think Baker Beach is a nude beach. Well, it kinda is. But only the north side of it, occupying about one fourth of the entire beach. So, if you want to see the magnificent views of the Golden Gate Bridge and the Marin Headlands, but don't want to see the magnificent everything else, you still can.
Somehow the invisible border between the nude and the rest of the beach is constant and predicable. Even those who like to stroll or jog along the water au naturel, turn around just at the right point and head back north.
Clothed people are welcome (or tolerated) on the nude side of the beach but not the other way around.
I may be biased, but Culture Sock is situated in the most beautiful place on earth - San Francisco's Park Presidio, right across Baker Beach and next door to popular Crissy Field.
Here is a view we get to enjoy daily
When temperatures in San Francisco are in the 70s, Baker Beach is booming. On this Presidens' Day, February 15, temperatures climbed to around 77. Here are a few shots from this glorious day.
It's only fitting that the first book store in San Francisco to carry Culture Sock is Green Apple. It has always been my favorite bookstore in SF.