Archive for January, 2009

A Woman Of Jazz

January 27, 2009

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Shadow Ball

January 10, 2009
Before you could say "Jackie Robinson..."

Before you could say "Jackie Robinson..."

A Salute To The Sultans Of Slapstick

January 7, 2009
These three artisans  (actually six) make the world a happier place... Thanks, fellas!

These three artisans (actually six) make the world a happier place... Thanks, fellas!

Two Classic Racehorses

January 6, 2009

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Let’s Go Bowling!

January 4, 2009

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Smile For That Camera!

January 4, 2009
Adirondack Chairs

Adirondack Chairs

The Thinker

The Thinker

Mailboxes on Trooper Rd

Mailboxes on Trooper Rd

J. Hampton Moore

J. Hampton Moore

Cape May Lighthouse

Cape May Lighthouse

Some of my very own favorite snapshots! (Have digital camera; will travel.)

Naugles

January 3, 2009

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According to sources, Naugles was a fast-food
Mexican restaurant chain that existed from
1970 until 1988. It was founded by former
Del Taco employee Dick Naugle. Naugle had
helped to install the kitchen equipment in the
Casa Del Taco Corona store and was impressed
by its design so he soon became a partner in the
struggling business. The first Naugles restaurant
was located in Riverside, California. In 1988,
Naugles was absorbed by Del Taco.

I remember the Philadelphia location on Grant
Avenue east of the Roosevelt Boulevard. After it
was sold, it became a “Nogales” Mexican restaurant
before ending up as a “Nifty-Fifties” restaurant.

Walk Softly & Carry A Big Paintbrush

January 2, 2009
The Bull Moose Party never looked so contemporary!

The Bull Moose Party never looked so contemporary!

The Babe

January 2, 2009

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This limerick about George Herman (Babe) Ruth won me first prize in a poetry contest… thanks, in part, to the lenient judging of Enid Anisman… ha ha ha.
Written and illustrated by this blogger. (“ty… tyvm” <—- my Elvis impression)

Bumperstickers

January 2, 2009
(My kinds of signs...lol)

(My kinds of signs...lol)