Saturday, November 11, 2023

Revamping old posts

Note to self, mostly.

Things older than September 2013 have been checked and improved. Flash videos aren't working, but the code can be changed. Some have been fixed and code can be borrowed from those:

Larkrise, July 2013

Knights of Badassdom, February 2014

Most of my posts don't have links or videos. Good!

Many sites and blogs I had linked from are gone. I would like for that not to happen to this one, as there are things here that aren't elsewhere. The videos above are not part of that, though, really...

Cactus, Spain

Ester Siroky took these photos in 2021. They came up in facebook memories, and somehow I failed to bring them here sooner.

I don't suppose wheelbarrow photos are very time-sensitive.

Thursday, April 6, 2023

Awkward...

ONE part is left, of this wheelbarrow, and it's still being used. 😊

My daughter (that's her in the photos) works on a farm (farm education program) and the tray of this old wheelbarrow had been filled with compost. All its other parts are gone, so it needed a hauler. 😊



I think it's very sweet that it's still in use.

Sunday, October 9, 2022

Stylized cartoon wheelbarrow

A cartoon in The New Yorker (or at least put out by them electronically):


It only has one handle and one stand. Very two-dimensional cartoon wheelbarrow.

The cartoon isn't very funny, but it's a rough year for humor.

https://www.facebook.com/newyorker/photos/a.430906773868/10159202832163869

Sunday, July 24, 2022

Birthday pansy photos

Happy birthday Sandra Dodd! πŸŽ‰πŸŽˆ
A wheelbarrow full of Kes’s cross pollinated Pansies for you. 🌸🌼
Hope you have a lovely day.✨

Janine Davies sent that, and these photos, in 2020. I saw them in facebook memories, and came to see if I had shared them here. Now I have.

I love the wall and the brickwork, the flowers, the wheelbarrow, and Janine for sending the photos, and Kes for being a young boy (younger two years ago) who plants flowers and sees beauty.

Thursday, May 5, 2022

There might be an egg under there

Nicole Kenyon's hen has a nest under this wheelbarrow. Seems safe and good. It's in Cairns, Queensland, Australia.