Monthly Archives: August 2011

Fantabulous Fridays: My AT book!

183 pages of gorgeous.  My whole Appalachian Trail blog, plus hundreds of photos, all in a book – a real 11×13 coffee table, hardcover book. It’s beautiful.  It’s a tangible, right-there-on-the-table testament to that amazing journey I was in the … Continue reading

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How bizarre, how bizarre

As a rule, I’m not a big graffiti fan.  Or tag fan.  Even when it’s artistic.  But I kind of like this odd Nutria NOLA sticker.  It’s big – probably a foot tall or so.  I like how it’s slapped … Continue reading

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Roller Derby with zombies and Elvis!

Do you have roller derby in your city?  If so, are costumes involved for the announcers and the spectators?  I’ve only been to one roller derby event, and it was here in NOLA on Saturday night, so I’m not sure … Continue reading

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Wordless Tuesdays – another Simon Sign

This one made me smile.  You can see more Simon Signs at this post back in April. And I really thought it was Wednesday.  I had to change the post title.  I promise I’ll have more than one photo tomorrow … Continue reading

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“I got oranges, lemons, limes; I got pineapple . . “

Mr Okra!  He’s come to the neighborhood!  He drives around with a loudspeaker that makes his voice sound kind of Autotune-y, describing what kinds of produce he has in the truck.  I’ve heard him go past two Sundays and I … Continue reading

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