Tag Archives: San Francisco

When the Desert Blooms

Kate Flora:¬†Our plans for March in Florida having fallen through, we went west instead. To gray and rainy San Francisco. To the Berkley Hills and views, between rainstorms, of the Golden Gate Bridge. To snowy Tahoe. To warming Los Angeles … Continue reading

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A Different Kind of Energy

Kate Flora here, reporting in from my annual escape to San Francisco. That’s right. The city by the bay. From the windows of our rented apartment, we can watch the incredible nightly light show on the Bay Bridge. Several times … Continue reading

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Even When You Build the Road, You May Need a Map

Kate Flora, here, writing this from San Francisco, where I’m settled in a flat that belonged to the late writer Oakley Hall, on a funny little pedestrian lane on Russian Hill, looking across the city at Coit Tower and the … Continue reading

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