If San Francisco Doesn’t Wakeup For Morning Coffee, Would It Be Due To The ‘SanAndreas’ FAULT’? ©2014 david dean/americaoncoffee(aoc)

Originally posted on: AmericaOnCoffee/ Peerk’d!

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10 thoughts on “If San Francisco Doesn’t Wakeup For Morning Coffee, Would It Be Due To The ‘SanAndreas’ FAULT’? ©2014 david dean/americaoncoffee(aoc)

  1. I used to live very near the San Andreas Fault–the section that goes through San Jose and the South Bay Area. My landlord claimed that the location of the house made it more safe than many other neighborhoods. I remember some temblors in San Francisco, but beyond Sunnyvale, nothing much was damaged.

    1. And you didn’t take the tour in San Francisco… I don’t believe I could experience a tour on a fault without having a lot of anxieties. How scary it is that an enormous earthquake is coming. 😱

    2. I was just there for the aftershocks visiting customers and the damage they endured. Of course this was in a different time, when I worked before I gave it all up for farming

  2. Living in Southern California and all of the times I have driven Interstate 10 in and out of the Coachella Valley and through the Palm Springs area, I knew approximately when I was crossing the San Andreas fault line as the geography and topography are noticeably different in that area, but never knew there were tours taking you into the fault itself. Fascinating and something I think I will try and do…..thank you for sharing that post!!

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