Think I’ll Pack It In and Buy a Pickup

So this will be a kind of rambling narrative on events over the weekend that were not directly connected with how I earn my salary.

I went birdwatchingphotoing with Itamar who is here from Weizmann. He was packing a 600mm lens  that is very butch. Mahesh came too and between us the photo equipment inside was worth at least double the value of the car – rich boys games.

Make my day Egret punk

Make my day Egret punk

Peewit Herman

Peewit Herman

Little Ringed Plover

Little Ringed Plover

Later I went for a beach clean up. It has been very typhoony over the last couple of weeks. Nothing worth getting excited about but a lot of jetsam is normally deposited and I must have a clean beach.

Boat in typhoon quarters

Boat in typhoon quarters

Special Beach Garbage Bag

Special Beach Garbage Bag

Lucky Bag

Lucky Bag

I then notice that the butterflies have come out of their typhoon hidey-holes and spend a delightful hour following them around.

Drive it down to LA

Drive it down to LA

This looks almost European

This looks almost European

What do they think about?

What do they think about?

Typhoons not good for flutterbyes

Typhoons not good for flutterbyes

It is now Sunday and I talk to some goats.

Getting on my goat

Getting on my goat

The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a goat.

The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a goat.

Then it is music at the Grand Line.

The beautiful May Frawley

The beautiful Mary Frawley

Tara, Mary and I go to it

Tara, Mary and I go to it

Time to go to bed. Work tomorrow

Time to go to bed. Work tomorrow

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2 Responses to Think I’ll Pack It In and Buy a Pickup

  1. Alexander McGillivray says:

    Is that the same May Frawley that used to play with Feckle Matta? Distinguished company, indeed.

  2. Ah Feckle Matta, the band that brings its own stools.

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