Friday, May 22, 2015

"Went fishing, caught deer"

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Destiny sent this link, and the story and photos are fun. I don't want to spoil the wheelbarrow ending, so please do look.

Monday, May 18, 2015

Riding in a clean, new wheelbarrow

Toby Tsosie wrote on Facebook:
Connor and I found this pimped out wheel barrel at cooks hardware today.. Well be Rollin deep and doing chores!

When I wrote and asked, this was some of our exchange:
I loved wheelbarrow rides when I was a kid. My dad would go fast and I'd hold the edge and feel like flight.
We did a few laps today.
Cook's Hardware has been in EspaƱola (my hometown) my whole life (and longer, probably), and the wheelbarrow now resides a few miles up the road in Santa Clara Pueblo. Someday it will be an old wheelbarrow, but On May 18, 2015, it was brand new.

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Interesting handles—Mississauga, Ontario

I hadn't seen handles like this on a full-size wheelbarrow. It was in the parking lot where Paramount butcher shop is, in Missisauga, Ontario.

Friday, May 1, 2015

Photo of a poster of a wheelbarrow

Digitally-shared image of a photo of a poster of a photo of a wheelbarrow:

Katie Pybus sent it and wrote: A photo of a massive photo of a wheelbarrow. Everytime I see a wheelbarrow I think of you. Taken at Hinton Ampner last week.

I don't know where "Hinton Ampner" is. Looking it up...
Oh! A stately home:
Hinton Ampner House is a stately home with gardens within the civil parish of Bramdean and Hinton Ampner, near Alresford, Hampshire, England. The house and garden are owned by the National Trust and are open to the public.
But maybe there's a town named that, and it wasn't taken at the historic museumized home. Hold on—in the video, a mom who was visiting said "Everyone loves the cafe."

Hinton Ampner House and Garden near Winchester