What would people out there REALLY like to know about the San Francisco bay area

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  1. Spirit Hugger profile image57
    Spirit Huggerposted 8 years ago

    What would people out there REALLY like to know about the San Francisco bay area?

    Whatever you are curious about, please let me know. I'd love to write some Hubs about the place I grew up (Berkeley, CA) and where I've come back to as an adult. I love it here, and want to share anything unique or useful... ask anything. I'm happy to go hunting "out there" to bring back good stories and great answers!

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    erickcbposted 8 years ago

    i am thinking about moving up there. What places are relatively cheap and low on crime? Also, if you have any knowledge about how hard it is to get a job up there. im talking fast food or restaurants, because im only 18 and dont have much experience under my belt yet.

  3. Pearldiver profile image82
    Pearldiverposted 8 years ago

    Does Scott McKenzie still own that hippy florist shop near Telegraph Hill?

  4. Spirit Hugger profile image57
    Spirit Huggerposted 8 years ago

    Hi Pearldiver and erickcb! Welcome to my pages. Those are both good questions. I'll have to look into Pearldiver's query, and I think I'd like to devote a whole HubPage to answering erickcb, so give me a couple days to get back to you.

    The bay area is a GREAT place to live, but also expensive. If you lay some groundwork and do a little research first, it will make your move much easier. I will endeavor to give you some helpful advice to get started.

    P.S. Pearldiver-- your Cat-washing Hub is HILARIOUS and terrifying. And LONG. I have to go do some work out in the "real world" now... but look forward to exploring more of your writing (that's a smart idea to copyright it at the bottom... do you have to DO anything to back that up, or is it just a phrase one can add to protect your work from theft? Hmmmm... maybe a good idea for a Hub?)

  5. SuMos Party Place profile image57
    SuMos Party Placeposted 8 years ago

    It would be fun to read about the most haunted attractions in the Bay Area. There are quite a few. Or a guide to the awesome beaches over here.

  6. ucango4gold profile image61
    ucango4goldposted 7 years ago

    How about writing about the seals on pier 39, Fisherman's wharf

 
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