Monday, August 13, 2018

Out and About





























































17 comments:

  1. Hi! I always enjoy your photos so much! Thank You! I’ve also noted on occasion you provide pretty easy recipes (rhubarb comes to mind). What is in the spring roll appetizer? It is beautiful and looks pretty simple to make. Thanks again!

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  2. Plenty of Volvos and even a couple of old Land-Rovers but no Triumph Stag, huh? Well, then, how about a Karmann Ghia? Ought to be some long retired university professor that is hanging onto one. Don't remember the last time I saw one.

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    1. I have a '71 Karmann Ghia convertible! (But I'm not a long-retired professor. And I live in Marblehead.) Yes, they are few and far between, especially on the east coast. Rust is the enemy.

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    2. To be honest about it, full professors usually had VW Fastbacks. Karmann Ghias were more for graduate assistants. Of course, that's a broad generalization. Married undergraduates seemed to stick with the basic Beetle.

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    3. My neighbor has had a Karmann Ghia gathering dust in his garage for years. Every time I walk by when he has the garage door open, I see it there. Don't know when the last time was that he drove it.

      slf in Burke, VA

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  3. Superlative! Love the shot of the goose (?) flying off the post. Just wonderful. N from VA

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    1. Alas, that’s a cormorant. It’s an unwelcome new resident in New England.
      Three cheers for the ospreys!

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  4. I love all of your photos (and your father's), but the ones with the critters are favorites--the duck with the hen.

    Jacqueline

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  5. I love all of your photos (and your father's), but the ones with the critters are favorites--the duck with the hen.

    Jacqueline

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  6. I do so love a boxer with uncropped ears. The AKC no longer requires cropped ears in the standard. Hopefully, this practice will cease.

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  7. I am also a fan of this series. The water! The Volvos! The birds! However, my favorite is always the critters. Barnyard, canine, woodland, I love them all. Thank you.

    MaryAnne

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  8. Love the aqua blue Pashley bicycle.

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  9. Nice Citadel Parent's Day Bag!

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  10. Are those egg salad crostini appetizers? What a good idea! Oh yea, thanks so much for the photos! :-)

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  11. Sailboats, zinnias, wild birds, tame birds, dogs, and black faced sheep -- some of my favorite things!

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  12. Loving The Citadel tote! Go dogs!!

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  13. Do not think you can escape them
    At night or early in the morn-
    The Eyes of Texas are upon you
    'Till Gabriel blows his horn.

    Thanks for the picture!

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