Hi! Thanks very much for the blog love.
Here is a useful website about the major San Francisco neighborhoods.
Living on a college budget in San Francisco is not as hard as it would seem, as long as you have self-control.
Best of luck! Have a great day.
San Francisco, California
Welcome back, boys.
Sorry for the super late response. It registered as a 6.05 in Napa, but it felt more like a 3.5 or 4 in San Francisco. In fact, many of my friends and co-workers in the city barely felt it.
The most recent earthquake was the worst one I’ve ever experienced, but it still wasn’t bad (and I’m not a very brave person). Honestly, I think it’s just something we get used to around here. The buildings in and around the city are built to earthquake code and nearly everyone here has gone through earthquake drills, so it really isn’t scary. Hopefully a really, really big one doesn’t hit us (or you) any time soon.
Thanks for checking up on us, though. =)
[Edit: I will add, though, that it did some serious damage in Napa. Many businesses suffered big losses in inventory and some people lost their homes. The people who were lucky enough not to have completely lost their homes were still greatly affected in some way (i.e. they got hurt, their cars were squashed by overhangs, lost important possessions, etc.).