Keith Haring 1958-1990. Pyramid, 1989 (Anodized aluminium plate in blue and yellow, incised signature, dated ‘89’ and numbered 12/30 on the reverse) Right Segment
pixx of the crop
I’m selling my Marshall to a guy from Craigslist tomorrow. :/
It’s a fantastic amp for what it is (a loud as fuck rock & roll amp) but I recently acquired a 1970s Carvin amp that works better with my setup.
The Marshall is 1000% prettier than the Carvin, but whaddaya gonna do? It hasn’t been getting used in a while, and I could use the $$$.
The blue morning glories are starting to flower, but where the heck are the red ones?
Sorry I’ve been scarce lately, but here’s a photographic update on the garden.
The cucumbers were the bumper crop this year. Tomatoes did alright, but I’m not entirely happy with the cultivars I chose. Oh well.
Fuuuuuuuk, this beer is so good. Possibly the best straightforward stout/porter I’ve ever had. Too bad I only grabbed a single bottle (that may or may not have been priced incorrectly), but maybe I’ll splurge on a 4-pack one of these weeks now that I know it’s sublime. $14.99 for 4 beers is hella steep, but totally worth it in cases like this.
Btw, the beer is Evil Twin’s Lil’ B Imperial Porter (11.5% abv), contract brewed by Two Roads in Stratford, CT. This bottle has some age on it (07/26/13), which might contribute to the complexity a bit.
Sup? Shoddy internet and being super busy have kept me away. But I’m still here, working, gardening, and dog sitting.
The sunflowers are blooming! I had to flick a pair of fornicating beetles off to get this picture though. There are so many of them this year, ughhh!
Today’s harvest, minus the ones I snacked on during my walk back to the apartment. Mmmmm! It’s still very early, but I’ll take what I can get.
There are dozens of cucumbers that are almost ready to pick, but I think I’ll practice some patience and let them get a little larger.