Founded as a necropolis in 1924, Colma’s dead outnumber its living by a hell of a lot: 1.5 million dead to about 1,500 living residents. When San Francisco outlawed new interments within city limits in 1900 (and evicted almost all of the remaining cemeteries’ bodies in 1912), Colma became the home for a vast majority of San Francisco’s dead. Their motto is literally “it’s good to be alive in Colma!”.
Funfetti cookie on top, peanut butter cookie on bottom, brownie dough swirl ice cream, mini chocolate chips, hot fudge... aaaand the cookies are warm. 😍😍😍😍😍
CUSTOM ICE CREAM SANDWICH 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Romantica! Mozzarella, arugula, tomatoes, some other kind of cheese, and a balsamic glaze ❤️
Such a cool guy.
Acai bowl! Acai smoothie, strawberries, banana, granola, coconut, honey, peanut butter, and Nutella 😍
I really wish my camera did these hills justice. This is like... a 45-degree angle. 😳
This place is the coolest. It’s essentially all “fast food” — burgers, fries, chicken tenders, hot dogs, etc — but everything on the menu is vegan. 🙌🏻
The Columbarium! This was once the centerpiece of a much larger cemetery, but when the rest of the cemetery was moved outside of SF city limits in 1929, it was all that remained. Now it houses the cremated remains of over 30,000 people.
Yoda fountain at the Lucasfilm headquarters!!!
Gorgeous day 😍😍😍