Everyone knows there's a homeless problem in downtown San Francisco, but it's also an issue in neighborhoods near the Great Highway, where it's not as noticeable. People are living on the streets there as well -- not outdoors, but in cars, campers and vans.
It is summer time and the RV's are lined up along La Playa Street, just below the Great Highway across from San Francisco's Ocean Beach. But they aren't vacation campers, the vehicles are people's homes.
"I've been living in this city all my life, where I live and how I live is none of your business," one person said.
The man was arguing with John Zwolinski who heads up the La Playa Neighborhood Watch. His group has had enough of the encampment.
Sometimes as many as 20 RV's park on a two block stretch.