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This is what Dolores Park looks like while you’re at work

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Do you have to work today? In an office? On a site? At a cafe? That is so sad. While you toil away on a laptop or over a hot stove, scores of privileged ilk with nary a care in the world have headed en masse to San Francisco’s most popular (and at times frustrating) patch of grass, Dolores Park.

While the park bordering the Castro and the Mission overflows with inebriated people on weekends (ugh, but to each their own), weekdays provide a preferable oasis of relaxation and calm. And over the last couple of sweltering afternoons, Dolores Park was at its best—limited people, loads of animals, serenity now.

Here are some scenes you just missed while you were too busy earning a living. Tsk, tsk.

it's hump day! so make it a fun day ☀️

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Dolores Park

Dolores Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 Visit Website