Basically unrelated to my poem, here is a picture of a trashcan in Aachen, Germany. As part of an initiative to get citizens to clean up the town, they starting making talking trashcans. I wasn’t going to throw my garbage on the ground regardless, but I love this little guy! He is telling me how… Continue reading Rear Window on Wheels: A Poem
You might remember this slightly mysterious photo from last week… and here is the big reveal… It is an entire pound of Gravlax! Acme Smoked Fish is a wholesale supplier of various kinds of smoked fish. That really great bagel place in your NYC neighborhood, they most likely stock Acme products. Located right in between… Continue reading Adventures in New York: Acme Smoked Fish
I have waited to go on this adventure for the past two years…but you will have to wait until next week to read about it! I am going on vacation. Enjoy the holiday weekend!
A little bit of shameless self promotion, I just had a piece published yesterday on the awesome website, The Flexist. You should immediately click here and read it. The picture above isn’t quite Eunice, it is actually Avery Island, LA, an name you might recognize from your bottle of Tabasco. Go check out The Flexist… Continue reading Saturday Night in Eunice, Louisiana
Although it is a bit of a geriatric activity, we decided to take a sunset cruise of the harbor on my last night in town. After some quick Google research, I quickly learned that there were not many available on Sunday nights a few hours before they set sail. The weather also looked ominous all day; there… Continue reading Sailing in Charleston Harbor
After a sunset cruise through the Charleston Harbor (which I promise I will chronicle soon), the only next logical place to go was out for paella. We were in luck, Charleston has its very own tapas and paella restaurant/bar named Basra. It was located on the very edge of downtown but by no means… Continue reading Seafood Paella in Charleston
While Charleston has incredibly lovely historic homes, the natural landmarks are also stunning. No, I am not being sponsored about any sort of tourism department there, I just have to share how remarkable of a place it is. The picture above is actually the branches of a single tree- Angel Oak. This is the largest tree… Continue reading Charleston Outdoors