My dad broke out the slide projector this weekend, and we had a marvelous time travel journey through my family’s history in pictures. The projection screen has been lost to history, so we settled on a less-than-optimal taupe wall in the living room. (Think of it as the ultimate you-can’t-copy-this Instagram filter.)…
Went to a farmer’s market on the Big Island. These three pulled up together and parked. I don’t know much about these kinds of things, but they looked clean, if not special.
A few of the sights, for your enjoyment.
Yes, this is a troll post about a troll. But it was too delicious to pass up.
When the weather in Phoenix gets warmer, strange things start happening. If this mild, 78-degree Spring day is prelude to anything, then this summer is sure to be a humdinger.
Where is the delete/report/ban/killwithfire button?
Went to London over the New Year. Stopped in the epicenter of transportation coolness, the Bond In Motion exhibit at the London Film Museum. Some photo love for ya here.
‘Boss’ is about the only word for this.
Parked in the rural south-Eifel in Germany, locals say the Luxembourgish owner last touched it well over two years ago. A sad little sap this one.
Extra points if power-slid into this position, right?
When in Arizona, motor like the locals. Local Motors running ‘BUILDME’ license plate. I’m thinking this car drives to the factory on a daily basis, right?
Haters gonna hate.
Back rack hack.
Not infrequently, buildings and property change ownership, and an old space begins serving a new purpose. As such, a new master of the domain may not feel inclined to invest in reworking everything to perfection, when good enough will do.
This guy has the right idea. Great mod. At 6'2", I don’t think I would fit into that bed, but OMG look at those fold out panels!
This is delicious on so many levels. Artificial scarcity is the best kind of scarcity.
Yesterday I happened across a big stack of Architectural Digest from the late ‘70's to the early 80's. These were golden days for automotive ad copy. I’ll post one of these gems from the collection every now and then. Some are pure automotive marketing historical genius. Others would instantly end present day…
No, literally. This was a blazing 110 degree-day in Arizona. Either the back Mini was pushing, or the front Mini was pulling. Did not get a good enough look. Either way: Hot Mini-on-Mini Action.