Workers install snow ropes on the canopy of the Pavillion in preparation for winter weather. A safety feature for the the folk that later manually remove accumulated snow load.
If any of the family members go missing this weekend it is a good bet they are burning in new neural pathways,
trying to find the front door, trying to find their car, trying to find their way in and around Stonefield.
Neighborhood Style Development-Bringing the pleasures and convenience of urban life to the suburbs.–Edens
A riot of light, color, and modern building materials assembled to resemble legacy forms. A laying down of cataclysmic money. Many new McJobs.
Red Crooked Sky folk.
Love the cat, by Browning Porter, as is this
This the peaceable kingdom. The multitude walking with a two ounce pour.
Citizens line up for beer, Charlottesville Downtown Mall
The people on queue were headed for the 3rd Annual Top of the Hops Beer Festival in Charlottesville, VA. Two ounce sampling of the craft beers from around the world combined with food, music and games.
3 floors of out-of-print books, book searches, specializing in fiction. 100,000 books. The Washington Post described the Daedalus Bookshop as “a three-story temple of secondhand lit, a bibliophile’s church tucked away on a curling side street. The steps creak, the nooks are shadowed. Books are piled from dusty floor to shelves that scrape the ceiling.”–visitcharlottesville.org
In a 9/12/12 article regarding Moto Saloon the Daily Progress reporter remarked:
Permit opponents, most of whom were older than the bulk of the saloon supporters, argued that the noise problems are undeniable and that they are entitled to tranquility in their own homes.
I wonder if the old folks were wearing orthopedic footwear, had hairpieces, reading glasses and hearing aids? Old people are such a drag on culture and vibrancy.