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On my recent trip back east for WorldCon, I was driving along I80 and had to make a few pit stops. On one such stop, I came across this restroom: I am tall enough that I could see over the tops of these stalls, creating a potentially awkward situation… Um. Talk about bad design....
Looking up from the Hyatt Regency bar area in Chicago during Worldcon. ~P
“Did you just take a picture of yourself on the big screen?” “…yes. Shut up.” It’s the freaking HUGO AWARDS! How often will I get to see my picture up on those screens? ~P
I had no idea part of Nebraska and Iowa were using wind turbine energy. The turbines are massive and dot the landscape along I80. Managed to take a few pics along the way. Here’s one of the best: To give you a sense of scale, I passed several big trucks carrying just one of...
Was in the backyard trying to catch some shots of the bird feeding frenzy (bird feeder), but they took off. Then I saw a pair of squirrels. Both took off when they saw me sitting on the back porch. I caught shots of both when they made giant leaps to the fence… here’s one…...
He likes to be in high places. He also likes to sleep. A pair of tower speakers stacked with a cushion on top? Purrfect. ~P
My older brother can play guitar, bass, piano and drums. I think he also played a brass instrument, but I’m not 100% sure on that. anyway, when we lived in Berwyn, he had all the gear; electric guitar, amp, reel to reel, microphones, pedals, etc. And he would often play / record things in...
I shared this on Twitter, but thought it was worth a post: I call it ‘writer’s block’. You can see Shadow the Cat sitting on the desk BETWEEN me and my laptop. Sigh. This is a usual occurrence. He comes downstairs, crying, I tell him to come here, he mews a bit, climbs around...
Okay, so – if my friend, @Tybarbary, were in this photo, where in it would Ty be? (taken along Guanella Pass Scenic Byway, a 24-mile stretch of bumpy dirt road running from the small town of Grant on U.S. 285 to Georgetown off I-70. Elevation: 11,669-feet) Answer: …just sayin’ ~P