If I wait to take pictures so that I only capture the exciting, the memorable, the worth-looking-at, then I will never take any at all. Life is, after all, more mundane than exciting; more ordinary than extraordinary; more to be savoured moment-by-moment than endured for the next great excitement. And so I post here both mundane and memorable, as they come my way.

07 July 2011

Routes 1L, 1M, and 101

Greenling is a local food company that sells local and organic produce, grains, dairy, meat... everything, really.
We've just started buying from them, because it turns out their prices are really reasonable.
And I love this picture because the banana looks so cartoon-y.

This boot was made for walkin'.

This picture was on the narration post, but I posted it again because I think this store bears
repeating as often as possible. They were closed when we went by, but presumably they
have a costume for each of these characters.

Why yes, I do live in the south; why do you ask?

Chad thought it looked like the blue umbrella had called all the green umbrellas together for a meeting.
This is at one of the trailer parks in town-- food trailers, that is.

One of the aforementioned food trailers. The one with the green umbrellas, in fact.

This looks like a place I'd like to spend some time.

The Hey, Cupcake! trailer. They have magnificent cupcakes. Come visit me and we'll go there.

This is what they do to your car if it doesn't pass inspection.

I can only suppose this is Fran.

This mural is on the outside of a school. I'm guessing it was donated by the class of '05.

A test pattern on the side of a barbershop. Why not?

I just voted for this sign in a "Best of Austin" poll. Yes, "Best Sign" was one of the categories.

I wanted a picture of the sidewalk, because it zigged and zagged around the landscaping, but you can't really
see that here. Instead, this is Chad squinting at the sun.

I was trying to fly, to show SuperTarget how to do it. Neither I nor the Target were successful.

Three-for-one day! 1L, 1M, and 101. And that's a 1L in the background, appropriately enough.

The clock at the park-and-ride. Very cool, eh?

The shade-giving kites at the park-and-ride.

Directions to the various stops. I'm not sure how necessary this is, but it's nice that CapMetro made the effort.

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