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Find all your favorite modern modes of transportation on this cool American Art Deco double sided matchbook cover. (Mine’s the Zeppelin.) This would make a beautiful cover for an alternate history
The Team holds a strategy session. And drinks some root beer. The steam rose (and so did the smell) as the puddles dried up as suddenly as they’d filled up. The fairground crowd was more excited, having much more fun, … Continue reading
Regular readers and fellow fountain pen buffs may remember that I bought a new fountain pen at the Farmers’ Market earlier this summer. I’ll admit I was charmed by the shininess of this handsome pen and by the chance to … Continue reading
The Kids finally see the Frozen Cave Girl. Nina turned back with a handful of tickets, and we automatically lined up so she could hand them out. They were small, pink, and just said “Admit one”— the kind of tickets … Continue reading
While Nina and the snaky boss lady were settling up. I looked at the banner for the Frozen Cave Girl. The artist painted her sleeping peacefully in her ice block, holding a spear with a stone point. It was pretty … Continue reading
Moose continues to write about the storm that hit this year’s County Fair: Sheets. Torrents. So much rain. The wind could barely move it from vertical—it fell at a weird angle that always seemed to be right in your face. … Continue reading
From Moose’s private notebook, continued: This year, as the afternoon wore on, we’d wandered off into the fields around the fairgrounds. It was hot, but not just hot. The afternoon was thick. Nothing seemed more interesting than just sitting in … Continue reading
Geology class always goes better when some of your classmates are real rocks. This girl is sharing an outdoor lecture with a “rock guy” and the classic trio of Kekionga spirit rocks. Beside the obvious subjects, this drawing is … Continue reading
A continuation of yesterday’s post about the fountain pen I bought earlier this month at the farmers’ market … and about the free sample ink cartridge that came with it. Regular readers know that I am not a big fan … Continue reading
Some finished sketchbook drawings from the new farmers’ market pen. You may recall that this interesting pen (introduced here, with photographs in the following post) came with a sample cartridge of Private Reserve brand Ebony Green ink. Now, I don’t … Continue reading