“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain
Frisco is beautiful on two wheels. You’re able to see, feel, and smell the historic city a lot better than when you’re cramped inside a moving box.
View from inside Boba Guys
Sheila’s signature pose
Enjoying the weather
A lot of passerby were interested in my bike. Most had no idea that it was a Honda.
Did I mention that the weather was perfect?!
Then I went to class… View from downtown campus’s roof
After class, bike still there! Successful day.
Summer flew by within a blink of an eye. Back to reality, back to school mode.
What I hate most about school is not the projects, the tests, or the lame teachers but finding parking. Parking sucks, especially if you go to SFSU. I’d either have to fork out $6 a day or waste time and gas battling other students for a spot on the street. So to save myself time and money, I decided to bring my bike with me to Frisco.
I’ve asked for a garage to park my bike but sadly I’m #9 on the waiting list. This will do for now
After settling down in the apartment, I decided to ride to a spot that I’ve always wanted to take my bike
Too bad the clouds were blocking the city
It was an awesome sight nonetheless
The infamous “Sheila + bike” pose
Next stop, Baker’s beach
Weather was perfect
Then I rode around downtown
My bike looked small compared to the other bike
Weather was still cracking so I rode back to the beach.
Then to Murphy’s Windmill
Decided to follow the wind… and got lost
Then I heard the New Bay Bridge was open…
“FUCK YEA ‘MURICA!!!!!” the only thing I could think of when riding through the bridge
The infamous pose again
Treasure Island… What a fucking view!!
Yup, can’t leave without the pose
Then I went to class…
Then grocery shopping…
That’s all folks! Thanks for looking