Now at home we eat well. So much better than the place that will not be named.
This poster has appeared in our neighborhood. If you can help find our missing robot, Please Do!
Yeah, OK, I’m kidding. Robots like this one have appeared throughout the years. This is a way for us to say Thank You!
Good to have horses close to home.
Got enough? No boredom at a stop light.
Well, here we are in 1965. I don’t know what to say about all of us.
What is reading to you? A high school English teach once described “escapist literature” and my righteous teenage self railed against the insult to Nobel Wonderful Books. This mini library, on Holgate Boulevard in Portland, Oregon, states “Reading is a magic key to take you where you want to be.”
Where is your next book taking you?
Many people obsess on their 401(k) and IRA balances when preparing for retirement. They would do well to obsess on activities. This was central to my planning. The finances were on auto-pilot. The what to do and when to do it took a lot more thought. It’s more personal than financial planning. We each have a fairly unique set of interests.
One of the activities I’ve planned is more cooking. Lots more cooking. This loaf, Irish Soda Bread, is a start. I’ve not baked bread in years, may be even decades.
A bit of photo geekery here. This is an unmodified photo from a Pixel 2XL phone. The tonal range is jaw dropping. The dog is pretty cute too. This post was created to share the image with some photo friends.