Meet at Justin Herman Plaza (Market and Embarcadero) at 5:30 to carve with us.
It started with a rain-check idea, since forecast is for rain Friday. But it got more and more enticing:
10:04 PM paul: Rain 70% on Friday. Not good. Monday looks great.
10:05 PM me: Wow, that’s good intel.
10:06 PM I was just about to send out a halloween invite
But maybe I’ll put the focus on Monday night
paul: Monday will be much more fun!
10:10 PM me: Hey if it’s a 70% chance of rain, then lets do a pumpkin carving or something without electronics
mundos carry in 20 pumpkins to critical mass
10:11 PM Knives, tarps
led candles for the ride
bring out an old soul cycle for music
10:12 PM paul: awesome. Pumpkins are cheaper than Shure wireless equipment, amps and video cameras, though I could fashion a waterproof cover for the cam. Just bring a small rig.
10:15 PM me: Or use the handheld in the office with the microfrezzi light.
don’t put your gear at risk at all
I like this plan.
10:17 PM paul: Yeah, good plan.
maybe grab pumpkins in Mission early, then roll from rtb to PF abode to pick up pumpkins, then down to start of CM.
Oh boy. This year Halloween falls on a Friday, and you know that means. Halloween falls on Critical Mass. And that means it’s going to be a busy night for the SF Cruisers. We’ll be hanging with Critical Mass, trying to get a little dancing going at the plaza when it’s getting started, then break off at some point to get to the Fair Oaks and then Lexington Street Parties. Plenty of Fossil Foolin’ with special guests. So let’s make our costumes count, people! More details to come, but the basics are pretty simple. You. Us. Halloween. Live. On bikes. Street party.