|Here's Maya stretching and breathing on one|
of many "loops" around the 8th floor. Walking
and breathing were critical due to fluid in the lungs.
|These are made of clay.|
|Cans, bottles, plastic bags... and crayons.|
|69 bullet thinking, "Ah. Wine, music, pretty|
girls, local celebrities."
|From top: two- and three-ringers, latch plate|
hood of toy car, hinge, lipstick, thing, handle
oil lamp wick winder, 1913 penny, marble.
|Right outta the ground.|
|After warm bath.|
|Seriously... any ideas?|
|We admire Doug and seek his approval in all things.|
Cheryl did find this, tho.
|It calls to me with its siren song.|
|We are the days going byyyyy....|
|Oh, Skipper. Where are you now?|
|K.L.! We must do it again soon!|
After a couple of hours there, on the way to meet Cheryl, I drove past a very busy corner (right smack dab in the center of prime Battle of Nashville real estate) where a bulldozer had just torn down an old house. It was a pretty sweet looking lot so I grabbed Cheryl and we headed back there, praying for access.
|Dirt Girl, vaguely concerned.|
|1903 Barber quarter. Signal jumped all over|
and I almost gave up on it.
|At left is a regular three-ringer. At right is|
a three-ringer someone (bored soldier?) has
hammered flat. There is also some speculation
that soldiers actually chewed the bullets for fun.
Anyway, this is one of my favorite finds of
|Taylor Swift with old items.|
|Leonardo da Vinci|
|Apparently, this exhibition took place at the|
Museum of Science and Industry in NYC's
Rockefeller Center in 1940. My dentist's
office was in Rockefeller Center, as are the
studios of Saturday Night Live today. So:
cool find, on several levels.