The Wyly Theater in the Dallas Arts District
Gecko in a Watering Can
Thank God – The world is saved!!!
Amanda Popken on the Dallas Cycle Style Seersucker Ride
Happy Birthday remains the most profitable song ever. Every year, it is the song that earns the highest royalty rates, sent to Warner/Chappell Music (which makes millions per year from “licensing” the song). However, as we’ve been pointing out for years, the song is almost certainly in the public domain.
A five thousand dollar Dahon folding bike… wow. I don’t feel so bad about the cash I spent on my Xootr.
Stock Xootr Swift – I only added the seat bag and bottle cage
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The basic fold on the Xootr Swift. It basically folds in half – and it only takes a few sconds. Not a tiny package – but small enough to make the bike more practical to transport or store.
I drive a tiny car – a Toyota Matrix. I always liked it because I could fold the rear seats down and get a bike (barely) into the back of the car (never liked exterior bike racks). I ways surprised at how small the Xootr Swift folded down. I was able to fit it easily in the small space behind the rear seat. Now I have a four-passenger car again.
My Xootr Swift bike with picnic supplies loaded in the pannier.
Eggs Florentine at Smoke
The porch and entrance at Smoke
A really useful list of local restaurants… tied to a map. Of course, there are plenty worthwhile that aren’t on here, but I’ve been to about half of them and they are all deserving.
Meat Case at Jimmy’s – Italian Sausage and more
Babe’s Chicken Dinner House
The odd fire pit outside at Babe’s Chicken Dinner House in Carrollton, Texas.
Magnolia Hotel (Pegasus) and Joule Hotel (pool)
One place where the magic happens
Clutter is Killing Your Creativity
Trinity River Audubon Center
Trinity River Audubon Center, Dallas, Texas
I’m not a nature photographer – I don’t have the knowledge, patience, or equipment to do well at that. Still, here’s a little bird in the middle of a drying wetland pond on a hot Texas day, looking for a bit of lunch. He looks a little lonely, don’t you think?