Walking Every Street In San Francisco
J Thoendell stashed this in California
Walking every street in San Francisco seemed an endless task. Pieced together, the pavement would stretch all the way from here to Juarez, Mexico.
Only a handful of people have done it. And now I can say I have. All 2,612 streets.
I have seen this city from every hilltop. Visited every neighborhood. Walked every street - from First to 31st. From Second to 48th avenues. From A Street to Zoo Road. From the bay to the Pacific. From the Golden Gate to the San Mateo County line.
It took more than 500 hours during a seven-year period.
To cover the city's 1,260 miles of streets, I went the extra mile. A few hundred extra miles, actually. Cul-de-sacs and detours around hills add up. So do return trips to the car. I traveled a total of 1,500 to 2,000 miles.
I'll keep this goal in mind, maybe someday ;)
You interested in just the walking, or in all parts of San Francisco?
I like the idea of walking every street in SF, I could probably cross many off already, but much more to go. You would really know the city.
Yes but wouldn't it take a very long time to do?