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)!