Reappearance of the other day’s black bean chili … in a nifty thermos (with collapsible spoon that fits into the cap!) for lunch … this is the last of it for now!
View from a fourth-floor classroom. A great thing about spring semester is that it starts with days like these and ends with everything in bloom!
A great meal for (yet another) arctic evening: black bean chili garnished with grated parmesan and creme fraiche (“foodie” alternative to sour cream) with a Washington State red wine — “Pitch” 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon to be precise!
This is a sequel to the snowy-window-through-a-snowy-window photo of a week or so ago (here). This time, though, the window has late afternoon sun shining through it, which is projecting onto a “window” opening onto a Lopez Island vista by Mike Rust.
As I always say . . . at least they’re more sightly than plastic bags stuck in trees . . . though they’re basically the same thing …
The Boomerang Man took a vacation from the the weekly newspaper on this day ninety-five years ago, so there’s no original Boomerang today! Scroll down to last week’s original Boomerang, though, to find that the forecast additional comments have been added!
It’s not a food truck, but it is a colorful truck of pleasing proportions. The “Cement – Marble – Brick” announcement on the side is an especially nice touch!
It was warmish (pushing 50?) and windy this afternoon when I was walking through Washington Square Park, and saw that there was an actual mist rising from the snow (that blurry edge in the distance in this photo)!
Little boy’s vest drying/being blocked … off to the other coast soon!
Purple and lime green food truck against red brick buildings ~
The bane of winter sidewalk negotiation: the lakes of melting slush and snow at every corner! These aren’t nearly as bad as they get — shoe inundating deep! In other news: note the clearing sky reflected here!