Sunday Streets on the Embarcadero part 2

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A large ship, a tanker I think, was moored at the foot of Brannan St. Never saw anything moored there before.

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Many bands played along the route.

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The Noble Savages played the theme from ‘The Fresh Prince of Belair’, but don’t hold that against them.

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This band is called Dogpatch. Counter-intuitively, they come from Noe Valley.

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To my ears, the Hiwatters were by far the best band at Sunday Streets. They played Surf music with great intensity.

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A march came through, consisting of over a hundred people, I guess. They were displeased about the recent election, but took care to make their messages positive.

 

Sunday Streets on the Embarcadero

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The Embarcadero was blocked off this sunday, from the ballpark up almost to Fisherman’s Wharf, so people could walk, skate, bike etc. A climbing structure was brought in and intrepid youths scaled the heights.

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Skate ramps were set up.

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Giants mascot Lou Seal posed with kids.

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A lone rider of the Trikke  brand trike was spotted. These folks usually travel in packs.

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A young lady pedaled a blingy pedicab.

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Sunday Streets regular The Bubble Lady spread her bubbles up and down the Embarcadero. I think she covered the route at least four times, likely quite a few more.
As always, a splendid time was had by all.