A new era dawns, although it’s an awful lot like the old era.
In fact, I parked next-ish to it.
Over the past year or so, and especially in the recent process of moving and going through all my belongings like a Marie Kondo acolyte, I reevaluated my watch collection and decided to get rid of everything that didn’t really sing to me. I work in an office but rarely have to wear a suit, and like to be active on…
As, mostly, have I.
Both seent in the parking garage at work. First, we have this bad boy with the obligatory “built not bought” sticker.
Here is the scene I found when I went to pick my car up from the detail shop conveniently located in the parking garage at work.
At the end of a steep, windy street near where I live is a very narrow lane that serves just one row of houses along the shore of Lake Washington. This road—“street” does not sound right—has outlets to the rest of the neighborhood at both ends, but in between is only wide enough to admit one car at a time and has no…
Took this on my first night in Tokyo back in March and forgot to post it...what is this awkward little sub-sub-sub-compact?
It fits, but it’s a little tight. That’s what she said. Also, she said “that’s not what goes in there,” which is true because my C63 is going to live there, not the 4Runner. Also also, I have a lot more boxes to find homes for before the other stall is available, and you can bet I’ll hear about it if it isn’t done…
Made a parking lot friend at the local grocery store. As you can probably tell from the rest of the parking lot, I do not live in the sort of neighborhood where this type of thing is common.
Seiko 62MAS reissue, in blue with the bracelet off a black one. I’m seriously considering selling every non-Seiko watch I own—none of them sing to me the way the Seikos do.
Seent in a fancy Ginza bookstore.
Nissan made one of those futuristic Vision concepts for Gran Turismo, clearly based on the GT-R’s design language. Then they put it in a window in Tokyo, where I saw it. Extremely red. Neat taillights. I don’t think they’ll let me drive it.
Old Toyota Century, new Toyota Century, both with chauffeurs waiting for their owners to finish shopping.
I’ve just been lurking, like this: