Welcome to the weekend! How’s it going? The flamingo in the photo above is from my sister who is exploring the wild American west (specifically Las Vegas as of lately). Of course, I asked for flamingos and she obliged. She sent some live flamingo photos, too, but you know I cannot resist flamingo kitsch. This week I worked on some blog formatting changes. If you haven’t noticed, check out the Series page and the drop down menu when you hover over it. I’ll be working to tidy up the blog and making it more accessible. Hope you like it! Now, for some links.
- A reporter asks, where are the Burlington payphones? Apparently, there are very few. Remember this one in Weybridge, VT?
- Did you hear that highway roadside fonts are recommended for a change? That sounds expensive! That’d be a lot of signs.
- Waving Goodbye to the lumberjack as a profession (not to be confused with the pop culture “lumber-sexual” look).
- And, if you didn’t see this via @SavingPlaces: a restored plantation that is now boarded up and left in limbo?
Have you read anything good this week? Please share!
Coffee cheers! Have a great weekend.