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ATV tires. The Dunes are a favorite recreational spot in Oregon, but at the early hour and with the cold rainy weather, we had the beach all to ourselves.
Road Trip from Oregon to San Francisco
The drive from Portland Oregon to the Redwood Forests of California.
We took the scenic route, following the coast all the way down.
We departed at 4:30 AM and drove until about 8PM before renting a spot at an RV park for the night, where we camped in our car.
Sunday April 19, 2009
Brian's Potjiekos YUMMY!!
Spent a few hours out across the River today on the ATV only to come back inside tired and hungry to the smell of Ginger, Garlic, Beef, Onions, Garam Masala, Chili... What am I telling y'all for? It's supposed to be a SECRET!!!
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Donald on Enfield
This is my dad's story about the bike:
Providence of the 500 cc Royal Enfield motorbike.
In 1956/7 I was in the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) reserve in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. One of my officers and I got talking and he said he had an 1938 500cc Royal Lee Enfield in his garage that had been there since before the war. I went to look at it and he looked in the gas tank and saw old brown sludge that had been gasoline some 30 years before. He emptied the gas tank at the petcock and put in some more gasoline and to his and my surprise the bike started. I bought it on the spot for 100 dollars and rode it home.
It was black enamel and very scratched up, dinted and dirty. It was summer and I took it all apart. Every thing including the engine. I found the piston has scored the cylinder and that the magneto gear was cracked. I got the cylinder reground and my dad found a iron piston from some car that would fit with a little lathe work. My dad also made a new magneto gear centre and used the old gear outside.
I cleaned every piece in solvent and soap and water and hammered all the dints out. I sanded most of the old black enamel off and had all the parts spread out in the family garage beside the family 1955 Chevy. car.
My mother's favourite colour was (Canadian) robin's egg blue so I bought a quart of automotive enamel and painted every part with two or three coats and reassembled the bike. I used that bike summer and winter for a couple of years. In the winter I did not have studded tyres so I wrapped steel clothes line around my tyres. I fell off several times on the icy roads, once near twin bridges. I used the bike a bit at "hill climbing" and once the bike came tumbling back down the steep hill and landed on me and the hot exhaust pipe burnt my leg quiet badly. In the same fall it also broke one cylinder flange off and the bike had the cylinder flopping but still running. I got the flange brazed back on and ground and ran the bike after that. I got a scholarship to go to the university of London in Engineering and sold the bike to a fellow Rover scout by the name of Brian Smith. He kept it for some time as when I came back from England three years later he still had it. After that I do not know what Brain did with it but he later had a 1000CC Arial Square Four. I came back from England with a red JAWA 350 CC twin bike. Later I saw the blue Royal Enfield driving around Calgary.
-15 bike ride
it was cool this morning, -15 outside.
i was riding my "new" bike today. i bought it for a couple of dollars the other week. it's a 3 speed raleigh from the late '60's or early '70's. when i got it none of the 3 speeds were working, so yesterday i took it apart and fixed it.
it's a nice ride for a couple of bucks and a few hours work:)
my apologies for the poor filming, but the road was covered with snow and ice and the slick summer tires make filming and controling the bike rather difficult.
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Nasty old bike rack
I hate these old racks. People can't use them as they were intended, as tire sizes, clearances, and the need for real security (not just locking the front wheel) have changed. My fendered short commuting bikes can't fit, even if you swing them up as shown. Note that these serve as parking that is in addition to a lovely space I've shown in other photos.
I've been storing the remaining D&B records from my collection in my parents garage. Well I came home this weekend to see my Roni Size - "Share the Fall (Grooverider Jeep Cab Mix)" wedged under a snow blower. That hurts.
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Day 60 - Eye is for Irrelevance
I was super tired after a 6th consecutive day of work . Before going home I had to picked up a Kowa medium format camera from a vendor I met online. They call this the poor man's hasselblad" This camera was used for wedding portraits for years. The owner and his wife use to double team with a bunch of different camera's to shoot weddings. They had other camera's to cover the actual event. But this one was strictly for portraits. The man passed away a few weeks ago. His wife had to sell the equipment.
I walked into the house, Keith (the vendor) was very inviting. He introduced me to some members of the family. They were sitting in the living room as I walked in.
Two men and one women. The women had 2 Chihuahua dogs on her lap. Of course she had to hold them down because the little things wanted to kill me. Those dogs are all the same....but god were they ever cute with their matching white sweater's!
Keith explained to me the passing of there loved one and let me look at the product before I buy it. He was kind enough to write a receipt to my name and a 30 day money back guarantee.They were very kind...I'm very grateful to have this camera.
Right, I uploaded this twice before thinking it was great. This beats all of them, and this is the final upload of the same thing.
It's the view from my rooftop last summer, June 19th. Originally I used Photomatix - trial version.
Then I did it again using Picturenaut.
This (last time) I did it, I used Photomatix again - the full version.
The problem with the demo version was it exacerbated everything ridiculously. The problem with Picturenaut was that it didn't really do anything. And the sky varied in color.
This one is actually a proper HDR, realistic style. This is the look I've been going for for eight months. Doesn't this look better?
Stitched during a presentation of how to use Hugin that I ran yesterday.
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An Open Letter to the Jerk who stole my solar lights (89-365)
It's been over a year, but I haven't forgotten. Once, they sat nestled in a bed of red cedar mulch. They served as gentle accent lights across our front flowerbed, a glowing beacon that welcomed us home at night. Now, they're a haphazard line across your front lawn across the street. At least you could have done something nice with them, instead of zig-zagging them like some sort of landing strip for drunk pilots.
Of course, I can't prove that you stole them. They're the same brand that half of Gananoque bought when Canadian Tire had them on sale for something ridiculous like 85% off. It's just a little bizarre that you acquired these new landscape gems around the same time that mine ran away from home.
The worst part is, there's 5 different types of light represented in your macabre display. Like some bizarre solar-light-serial-kidnapper, you've staked their mismatched visages across the front lawn like trophies.
The new lights we've picked up set us back a whole $20. We planned on using that $20 to feed an orphanage for a week. Because of you, and your callous nature, children will now go hungry. I hope you can't sleep at night, haunted by the ghostly glow that permeates your cheap mini-blinds that you no doubt appropriated from someone's garbage.
DSC01154 - J.K. Vernay heads for the pits
Firestone Indy Lights driver J.K. Vernay dives into the pits during Friday practice at the 2010 Honda Indy Toronto weekend. Vernay would win the Lights race on Sunday.
B&W conversion/fade with "soft light" blending, then lightly solarized with Cybia ColourWorks and dusted with a colour halftone treatment from Photoshop. Going for kind of a "faded newspaper" look I guess.
The only (minor) problem with this photo is that Indy Lights cars are powered by Infiniti (Nissan), not Honda, engines.
© 2010 Richard F. Wintle for Green Savoree / Honda Indy Toronto.
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Villa Vizcaya is a Neo-Renaissance villa on Biscayne Bay, Miami. It was built for James Deering between 1914 and 1922. An entire small village supplied the villa and the surroundings gardens and parks.
Miami-Dade county purchased the main building and the park after WW2. Today it's a museum which houses the art collection of Deering.
December 20, 2007 - Miami, FL - Before we departed for our next leg of the trip, we strolled down to the beach to dip our toes in the ocean.
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This is what my Nokia Rollspeed Winter tyre looks like after about 5 months... not too impressive now is it? This was the front tyre, the rear is not as bad but plenty of studs missing from that one too. The weather was not right for a tyre that has two rows of studs right in the middle, most of the winter there was no snow nor ice, but i'm sure i would've killed myself had i not had some studded tyres on the bike.
I will be trying the Nokia A10 next season, 32mm like the Rollspeed Winter.
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Made by screwing M3 bolts into a set of old tyres. 84 bolts in total in the front, slightly less in the back. Not something you can do in a hurry.
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Well, it's finally time to fix that rust...
The Alfa Romeo Berlina has an odd history. It was never a sales success in the U.S., where Alfa always meant open two-seater or, for the real Alfista, the beautiful Bertone coupe usually called the GTV (acually designed by Giugiaro before he left Bertone to form his own design house). Four-door sedans were, well, thought of as boring cars, like Studebakers or Volvos. So there were very, very few Alfa Berlinas sold here, though there were nearly half a million sold in the rest of the world.
The result is twofold. First, the only people who bought Berlinas in the U.S. were already dedicated Alfa fanatics, so they tended to go to people who took care of them.... at least at first. But as time went on and the cars (and their owners) aged, most Berlinas went through second and third owners who valued them less and less as the cost of Italian parts didn't seem to line up with the absence of Italian style. So for years, the Berlina was practically a giveaway, as in "I'll sell you my GTV for $4500 but you have to haul that Berlina parts car too or it's no deal."
The thing is... I've owned three different 105- and 115-series Alfas, including a very nice Spider and a hot-rod GT Junior. And the Berlina is my favorite Alfa. Maybe my favorite car. It's got a feel that's just right.
I bought this one for cheap; it had belonged to an old-school Alfa enthusiast for years (long enough that most of its maintenance had been done properly), but it had also sat for many years in a side yard in Sacramento, California before being picked up by the guy I bought it from. It had that rust spot, and another matching spot on the other side of the windscreen; the interior was immaculate, and it drove very well (though with worn shocks, brakes and tires). So I towed it home and have been tinkering with it.
Every summer I polish off the previous year's oxidation and, for a few months, the car looks like a cabochon garnet. And I keep thinking that maybe this year it's time to fix the rust permanently. I've at least stopped it, but there are always so many other demands on money, time and attention... and every year the car keeps polishing up nicely and keeps being fun to drive.
One day I'll fix the rusty patches. Maybe this winter...
FanimeCon 2005 - Photo 082
Yes... This was my masterpiece, and I can still do this costume. (It's hotter than Hell when I'm in it, though.)
Porco Rosso - Kurenai No Buta - The Crimson Pig.
The flying ace from Hayao Miyazaki's legendary story, set in the early 20th century in Europe.
A wonderful film indeed.
I debuted this costume at FanimeCon 2005, and I was stopped literally every five feet by people wanting to take my picture.
I planned this out from start to finish. I got the basic uniform for an incredibly low price. (Thanks to Dickies work clothes at Wal-Mart)
The pilot helmet I made from scratch, taking apart a cheaper version and constructing it out of upholstery-gauge vinyl.
The pig-face was a combination of latex appliances spirit-gum attached, human hair moustaches epoxyed on to it, a lot of Ben Nye theatrical makeup, and some cheap round-lens sunglasses (also got the goggles at Wal-Mart)
The most expensive part of the costume were the boots, whcih I picked up at a Skechers outlet in Sacramento, CA.
I surprised a lot of people, friends, even Lionel Lum - He didn't know it was me until I came up to him and told him.
I still would do this once in a while - just NOT in the summer months. At least not without a LOT of bottled water. It's hard to eat with the pig snout on, and you have to drink through a straw.
The lengths I go to for a very accurate costume. (AND YES, for some friends who view this - I do go to lengths at times. ^_^;)
Hello, my name is Michael, and I am a Flickr addict.
("Hello, Michael.") ~_~;
Yes, I am very tired. I'm so tired, I'm rambling. I will stop now.
Oyasumi nasai.... More pictures to post....
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1869 Dexter Velocipede
Made by: William van Anden
Made In: Poughkeepsie, New York
This velocipede bicycle was patented by William van Anden in 1869. The Dexter was the first free-wheeling drive bicycle. It was the precursor of the coaster hub, with a ratchet-like device that allowed the cranks to remain motionless while the bicycle continued to roll. The brakes were operated by a turn of the handlebar. This pressure thus bears on the rear tire to help brake.
Restored in 2003 by the Car and Carriage Caravan Museum
Lifestyle images of an elderly couple going on holiday with a caravan, May 2010.
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Elizabeth I: The Rainbow Portrait, c1600, by Isaac Oliver. This portrait can be viewed at Hatfield House. Oliver was a pupil of Elizabeth's favorite court painter, Nicholas Hilliard, and the brother-in-law of Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger. Some historians have argued that Gheeraerts painted this portrait, but most favor Oliver.
This is my favorite portrait of the queen. It has the most elaborate and inventive iconography of any Tudor portrait.
Elizabeth's gown is embroidered with English wildflowers, thus allowing the queen to pose in the guise of Astraea, the virginal heroine of classical literature. Her cloak is decorated with eyes and ears, implying that she sees and hears all. Her headdress is an incredible design decorated lavishly with pearls and rubies and supports her royal crown. The pearls symbolize her virginity; the crown, of course, symbolizes her royalty. Pearls also adorn the transparent veil which hangs over her shoulders. Above her crown is a crescent-shaped jewel which alludes to Cynthia, the goddess of the moon.
A jeweled serpent is entwined along her left arm, and holds from its mouth a heart-shaped ruby. Above its head is a celestial sphere. The serpent symbolizes wisdom; it has captured the ruby, which in turn symbolizes the queen's heart. In other words, the queen's passions are controlled by her wisdom. The celestial sphere echoes this theme; it symbolizes wisdom and the queen's royal command over nature.
Elizabeth's right hand holds a rainbow with the Latin inscription 'Non sine sole iris' ('No rainbow without the sun'). The rainbow symbolizes peace, and the inscription reminds viewers that only the queen's wisdom can ensure peace and prosperity.
Elizabeth was in her late sixties when this portrait was made, but for iconographic purposes she is portrayed as young and beautiful, more than mortal. In this portrait, she is ageless.
Not really retro at all...
...but the first cookbook I bought for myself. In 1995 when I was 15 I got a job in an independent non-fiction bookshop in the city and the staff discount was thrilling, something like 60% off, and I bought this book there, among others.
This wonderful book is out of print now but I use it very regularly, or rather, don't use it because I know the recipes so well. It's one of those rare cookbooks, rather like an Elizabeth David, where you could quietly go on using the recipes day after day and you'd never tire of them. Coming from a hot country myself, there's something about sun drenched Mediterranean food that strikes a note.
Mind you, based now in Vancouver, sun-drenched only occurs for about a month every year, if you're lucky, and I tend to want something more blanketing and reassuring in the soft grey that is the Vancouver climate.
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Denman's prep race for the Cheltenham Gold Cup doesn't go according to plan.
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Denman pursued by Ollie Magern & Regal Heights.
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Silverback Gorilla taken at Disney's animal Kingdom, Orlando
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Here is a 2008 Dodge Ram pickup. This is one of several a pipeline company uses in Flowers Mississippi. I've never seen a company abuse their vehicles the way this one does.
If a truck gets stuck in the water/mud they pull or push it out with canes, bulldozers, etc. They simply drive their vehicles in areas the vehicle wasn't designed for.
This one needed transmission work. The trans. was almost missing, Ha.
The photo shows the rear double tire caked with so much mud you'd think it was one tire.
3-D Monster Truck cake by Wolfbay Café
LOTS of big cake here! (Done for a 13th B-day).
This started as my "Marbled" cake, filled with my Chocolate/Choco-chip buttercream. I covered the truck body and the tires with Marshmallow Fondant and used airbrushing skills to blend the colors and the flames. I also finished off the cake board with a "mud" effect using royal icing. This was enough cake for 50-60 people. A great theme for so many occasions, and can be custom painted for the client.
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This screw caused a slow leak (18 psi while at work). Fortunately, the tire held air well enough that I could drive to get it fixed without losing any pressure.
Don't fill the tire all the way, check the pressure a couple times. I went to about 20 PSI and then used the soapy water test to check for leaks (next step)
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RIP Maria - you never let me down.
It's been a bit of a grim few days here at Schloss Slembo. My son was sectioned under the Mental Health Act last week and I've been visiting him in a secure ward at a local hospital ever since. When he was younger he was good friends with my then-girlfriend Maria (pictured above, with me at Walthamstow Village Festival) so it was a greater shock to hear this week that Maria had suddenly died in a north of England hospital. She was in her late 20s when we met so by my calculations she'd was only about 39 when she died. She'd apparently been in the intensive care unit suffering from complications arising from contracting the Swine Flu.
We'd first met on one of the famous BDSM 'Boat Parties' organised on the Thames in the 1997. I was then kitted out in my trademark 18th century Gothic style as the 'Handcuff Highwayman' or 'Buccaneer of Bondage' while Maria was even more Gothic in her tastes with a tight purple corset and huge cloak, etc, (also pictured). Our relationship was unusual (but not unheard of) in BDSM circles as I was a male dom and she was a female domme. Publicly we were pure dom but privately we subbed to each other. It was a dream relationship and worked well. We could even effortlessly shift roles during the course of one night; as one tired the other would take over and make the running. She also denied ever being a Goth. She famously said: "I'm the one who walks over to the Goths and says: 'Cheer up you sad f*cks' "
She and I attended the 1997 re-launch of SM Pride and Maria contributed to early SM Pride meetings. She was also house domme at the Domina Club, a role she famously described as being "Meeter, greeter and chief beater". Her London scene name was 'the Black Widow'. She learned to use a bullwhip, not without painful accidents, and frequently carried it over her shoulder. This came in handy one night in Walthamstow when two men tried to mug her. Maria elbowed the pair of them off, jumped forward, turned and cracked the whip at them in best Indiana Jones style. She said their faces were a picture, before they fled wailing into the night. I worked for the local newspaper at the time, strangely this was one story the newspaper never got!
Maria was on good terms with my son and introduced him to the music of Alice Cooper and heavy metal in general. Alice Cooper had once seen her on the stairs at one of his gigs and did a 'double take' as he went past. Another time she was drinking at the Royal Standard pub at Blackhorse Road (then a heavy metal venue) when she got into a good natured slap fight with a big biker. Still laughing she returned to her seat to find the rest of her mates sh*tting themselves. Turns out she'd picked a fight with the leader of the local Hell's Angels. Luckily he was a good loser, well at least where women were concerned!
A keen Star Trek fan she'd met several of the cast at conventions but Marc Alaimo (Gul Dukat in Deep Space 9) and William Campbell (Squire of Gothos in Classic Star Trek and the Klingon Koloth in Deep Space 9) were firm favourites. She once amazed William Campbell by attending a picture signing (when he was doing DS9) and producing an old Squire of Gothos picture for him to sign. He was touched that she'd remembered his original Star Trek role - possibly the first 'Q' omnipotent character in Star Trek.
Maria and I dressed up in full club gear for the Walthamstow Village Festival in 1998 (pictured) and she got a lot of good natured comments from the market-stall holders as she walked through with her ample cleavage barely crammed into her trademark corset. One market trader even held up two melons and said: "Hey, I got some too darling!" Later that day we were at the studio of a local artist and Japanese rope bondage expert where my son learned about the artist Escher and the earlier artists who had influenced him. James had a fascination for Escher.
She was good friends with the Scots domme Mistress Delta. They had met in most unusual circumstances. Maria had been using her new bullwhip (badly) when it curled it back and whacked Mistress Delta painfully across the leg. A domme whacking a domme is NOT BDSM good practice. Maria had very expressive eyes and Delta had a great sense of humour. Describing the incident to me months later Delta (NOT one to suffer fools lightly) said: "I could hardly take offence, she looked so bloody upset about what she'd done..."
Having said we were both dominant, I should mention the one time Maria subbed in public. We were at a club in Hackney and Maria had volunteered as demo bunny for a heavy bondage demonstration. So there she was, tightly bound and blindfolded, when Mistress Delta caught us. "Oh" says a loud Scots voice: "Is that that Black Widow I see over there? Not so f*cking dominant now, are we?" Maria was meantime saying: "Oh f*ck, oh f*ck that's Delta". I added: "It's just as well you're blindfolded Maria because you would not
Didn't You See My Flashing Yellow Light?
You ever heard that saying "If not for bad luck...."?
Cooper and I decided last night to do the West Fork hike today. We packed up, got everything ready and then he found a website from some people who had done it already. Complete with pictures. Pictures of people swimming several times. Fairly deep water, too. The high was supposed to be 80 today, meaning 10-15 degrees cooler in the canyon and higher elevation.
So after some photographic evidence, we decided that hypothermia was not just a possibility, but more likely a probability. We nixed the West Fork hike once again and decided to take the Arizona Trail from Walnut Canyon to Sandy's Canyon. About 11 miles or so.
As Coop was loading up his Jeep, he dropped his camera on the ground. We didn't know it at the time, but he cracked his 18-55mm lens.
We took both rigs up to Flag, parked mine at the Sandy's Canyon Trailhead and then headed to Walnut Canyon.
On Walnut Canyon Road, a Coconino County truck pulled right out in front of us. Cooper swerved to miss it but it caught us on the drivers side. Crunched both doors on that side pretty good and warped his bicycle tire that was on the back.
"Didn't you see my flashing yellow light?", said the dude, when we had all emerged from the vehicles. Uh, didn't you see the big green Jeep coming down the freakin' road, I thought. A little yellow light doesn't give you the ability or right to ignore basic traffic laws like looking both ways before crossing a highway.
This dude pulled right out in front of us and tried very hard to make the police officer believe it was Coop's fault. But luckily, the cop wasn't a complete idiot, like the county worker. And I don't mean to say the cop was an idiot at all. He was very nice, efficient and could tell just by looking what had happened.
So my thinking goes something like this. We were probably going to die on the West Fork hike, but at the last minute averted it, so God punished us with an accident since he was expecting to see us today and we didn't show. Or maybe we were gonna buy the farm on the Arizona Trail and he saved us with the wreck. Hmmm. Maybe not. Who knows. Whatever the case, we're both ok, it was basically like hitting a speed bump too fast. No huge collision or anything.
Anyway, Cooper is not having the best of days.
This was from Red Mountain. When his lens was still working.
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