It's no secret that we here at HuffPost SF are utterly, crazily, unapologetically obsessed with our city.
And we know you are, too. It's pretty much the only thing all the weirdos who live here can agree on. (We know the nudists will eventually come around again, too.)
So in the spirit of embracing Thanksgiving and that warm, earnest feeling that comes along with the season, we want to hear why.
Some of our coworkers shared their thoughts in the slideshow below. Tell us yours, too!
Have a safe, happy and healthy holiday, San Francisco. We're grateful for everything you give us.
"I'm thankful that the trees on the Panhandle make me feel like I'm in a Dr. Seuss book." <em>- Carly Schwartz</em>
"I'm thankful to live in a city that makes LGBT rights a priority." <em>- Robin Wilkey</em>
"I'm thankful that Fernet is available at virtually any bar." <em>- Aaron Sankin</em>
"I'm thankful for avocados, Early Girl tomatoes, Birite ice cream, tacos, the Golden Gate Bridge, the sparkling blue bay and the Pacific Coast Highway." <em>- Riddhi Shah</em>
"I'm thankful for the fog because it's perfect for drinking coffee and being cozy." <em>- Hayley Hudson</em>
"I'm thankful that the weirder you are, the cooler you are." <em>- Jon Mahler</em>
"I'm thankful for Lake Merritt, even if it does smell a little bit, and BART, even if it does smell a little bit." <em>- Sarah Medina</em>
"I'm thankful for the awesomeness that are the SF Giants for taking the series this year." <em>- Wilman Dea</em>
"I'm thankful that there are 1,000 places to get a donut and 1,000 ways to burn them off." <em>- Zach Dean</em>
"I am thankful for the steam punks, burner hippies, mod hipsters, techie nerds, badass parents, and yes – even the marina yuppies." <em>- Katya Shkolnik</em>
"Coming from Chicago, I'm thankful for the 3D landscape." <em>- Alexander Hamady</em>
"I'm thankful that since moving out here I have yet to be bored ONCE! The lack of enforcement for open containers doesn't hurt either." <em>- Elizabeth Haughton</em>