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Monthly Archives: June 2014
I was upgrading and swapping parts and watching videos and plotting and planning, and what I thought was going to be a pretty good setup for new or at least newish rigs for my son and me didn’t quite work … Continue reading
The city pools are open!
Here’s a shot that John Capewell made just across the Delaware from his home town of Westville, New Jersey. This was shot in Philadelphia in Fairmount Park at Kelly Drive and Fountain Green Drive.
I’ve recently completed building my third PC which also happens to be my third Hackintosh!
I made a Smith Island Cake for Lloyd’s graduation. It’s an 8 layer cake that’s sprinkled with powdered peanut butter cups. Actually, this time it’s a 7 layer cake since I dropped one of the layers on the floor and … Continue reading
On Wednesday, our son graduated from 8th grade. Along with a diploma, he walked away with the Principal’s Award – we couldn’t be prouder! Congratulations to him and all of his classmates!
Some time early in twentieth century America, John B. Capewell shot this plate. I have no idea where it is, and Mr. Capewell left me precious little evidence. It may be Fairmount Park in Philadelphia just across the Delaware River … Continue reading
I went into assembly line mode this week and made graduation bow ties for Lloyd’s friends. I’ve been volunteering at the school for eight years, so I’ve spent a lot of time around these kids – and they’re graduating this … Continue reading
One evening back in April of 1985 rather than do work that was due for one of our classes at the Philadelphia College of Art a group of guys up on the Illustration Floor decided to procrastinate by doing some … Continue reading
One of my favorite photos of my dad, when he was a Seabee. Happy Father’s Day to all of you dads out there!!!