Monthly Archives: August 2014

Bridges and Mountains

This morning daughter Ivi and I rip through the surrounding mountains.  The day is too fine to miss wheel time and, besides, Ivi only has one more week before she leaves for her many-miles-distant final year of school.

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” … the gaudiest exorbitance … “

That was Donna’s characterization, perhaps not inappropriate, in the season finale of AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire, upon first seeing Gordon’s new 1984 911 outside the Curtis-Brimmer Building on the Texas Instruments campus. This after Joe was compelled to liquidate his 944 … Continue reading

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Saturday Shopping Excursion

Tiring of the struggle with removing the underhood insulation adhesive, I join Kim for a foray into the countryside to seek roadside produce stands.  This summer we have been living on the harvest of berry-picking outings into the mountains, from … Continue reading

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Some Silliness for a Friday

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Another Saturday Morning at Eric’s

Dropping in to Eric’s body shop this morning, I see Jim’s restomod Chevy truck being towed out to the next chapter in its development, then we get a look at Dennis’ Stirling Moss sculpture in process.  This tribute piece is headed … Continue reading

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