Sunday, October 30, 2011
Yeah, I know, cell phone pictures. Lame, I agree, but I am without power at home and therefore encamped at Starbucks charging my cell phone before a long week, so this is what I've got.
From this morning, eagles all festooned with "global warming" and green leaves in the background. You don't see that very often.
Most tasteful Mini I've ever seen...
The opossum what recycles my garbage.
Peacock's Country Store in Amwell, New Jersey, while on a long bike ride last weekend.
John Hart's Cave on Lindbergh Road in Hopewell, New Jersey, same bike ride.
Your Blogger, at the start of the LiveStrong "Ride for the Roses" in Dripping Springs, Texas, two weeks ago today.
Lance, motivating us.
A little band constructed of actual stuffed squirrels -- yes, taxidermy animation -- in a store on South Congress, Austin. "Keep Austin Weird," indeed.
The 1917 Standing Liberty Quarter, the only example of boobage in the history of American coinage. It lasted about a year in this form, after which the blue noses forced the addition of chain mail over the right breast.
"From this morning, eagles all festooned with "global warming" and green leaves in the background. You don't see that very often."
With mid-autumn and mid-spring green leaves, broken trees and lots of snow are pretty common.