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Warmup Drive For The Blue Rascal

Rain all night and this morning, but when it clears I take the ‘Rascal for a little solo  exercise through local agricultural country.  Some in-motion documentation — not a Best Practice.  Don’t encourage your kids to do such things.

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Barney

Tuesday this machine zipped by as I was walking to my workspace.  Followed the turn I could see the car took a couple of blocks away, and … voila (albeit without a sign of its driver).  Unwashed, but with the … Continue reading

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A Blast (Ouch!) From The Past (1969)

Today, while clearing out the detritus that is most of my photographic history, I stumbled upon this heart-stopping moment in 1969, when I came upon my parked cover-bedecked 911 and saw a … Point of Contact.  LA streets.  Included a … Continue reading

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Taxi Service

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Smiley and Pascha (aka Pasha)

The chain of events was set off by a recent visit to the local library.  That’s where I discovered, on the For Sale surplus books shelf, a pristine hardbound copy of John le Carré’s A Legacy of Spies.  Rather astonished … Continue reading

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Six Minutes With A 912

This weekend, after a Saturday morning work session I was walking back home, late for lunch, and spotted an ancient 912 across the street.  Three-fourths in deep shadow, one-fourth in blistering noonday sun, I quickly attempted to document the thing … Continue reading

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Traveling the Globe in a 928

Here’s how one owner sees the purpose of a 928: more

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Just Because You Drive A Porsche …

… doesn’t mean you know how to …

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Looking For A Tail Wind

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Timothy Gets Up Close With the Blue Rascal

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