Sunday, April 29, 2007
Saturday, April 28, 2007
George Washinton grew hemp. I know this because back when I delivered pizzas there was one house of stoners who always paid with a fist full of Ones with a speech bubble stamped onto the bill by George Washington's mouth that said 'I grew hemp.'
That's how you had to learn things before Wikipedia, Dudes.
Posted for Macroday: Rubber and lying in wait for Macroday: Hemp.
Friday, April 27, 2007
I found Joe, Jimmy, and John working on a chimney down the street and I've decided the People at Work® series is much more fun when there is mugging for the camera. You can see more of People at Work®: The Bricklayers here.
And other People at Work® here.
No, no.,.stop averting your gaze. My macro is great but not THAT great.
These are baby salmon or 'alevins'. They are being raised at school to augment our school breakfast program which is surprisingly low on Lox.
Wednesday, April 25, 2007
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Why Blue Tacoma?
Because it's easier than yelling "Hey! I can post these photos to flickr for you and you can take a look when you get back home if you have a pen you can write in your hand THE......THING.......OF........."
So I just made the International Sign of the dorky photographer/steering wheel and pointed to both parking lots and could hear 'BLUE TACOMA' to which I dropped off 3 very pretentious genuine The Thing of the Moment cards.
The Kenduskeag has SUCH a short whitewater season.
More photos of the Blue Tacoma Boys can be seen here.
Saturday, April 21, 2007
If you and you canoe/you alone/your canoe alone, and some/all/none of your canoeing party made it to/through Six Mile Falls then there is a very good chance you are in this extensive gallery. It may only be of interest to people in the Canoe Race but in it you will find all aspects of human nature: the survivors, the heros, the victims, the prey. You'll also see some sweet spills.
If Blogger and Picasa EVER work together again, I may also post some on here: Your Unofficial Guide to All Things That I Think Are Cool: The Thing of the Moment.
(Taking photos of canoes capsizing in 38 degree water? Cool. Doing it? Cool for you, maybe.)
Flickr Gallery: 2007 Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race