Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Seen Around Town

This one made me smile. 
Looks like a happy family, pets and all.  Be who you are -- and be proud!

Tam Paradise: Kincaid's. 
 
It's a classic.

And this house, which used to have a classic pastel-white/black molding paint job, very Deco Future. 
Current owners have gone a bit more South Beach but it's still a favorite.

     (My first post with the  forced switch to the "new" Blogger interface, which stinks.  Change is bad, Google.  It's evil.)

12 comments:

Ruth said...

SOME people are reporting luck switching back to the old format. From your dashboard find the gear icon, click on it, and see if you have an option to switch back. Apparently not everyone has it.

North said...

I was forced, so I switched back.

Bubblehead Les. said...

RE the Gray House: Sorry, but it looks to me like it's part of some FEMA Camp. ; )

Dave H said...

I want to put a row of those family cartoon stickers on the car, then put a black diagonal stripe across a few of them.

Drang said...

I saw the gear settings icon after I had posted that I was leaving Blogger. FWIW.

Anonymous said...

Inlarged pic of Kinkaid's to read signage. NO BACON?? B-). JohninMd(help)

wolfwalker said...

Also re the gray house: it reminded me instantly of pictures I've seen of 1950s-vintage Air Force base housing. For enlisted men. Junior enlisted men.

Roberta X said...

They really killed a lot of the charm with that paint job. Plus it's a lousy angle.

Robin said...

Wait a minute those are family stickers?

I always thought they were victory icons ... you know like little swastikas on the side of a P51 cowl ...

Drang said...

...Aaaaand, so much for the old interface. Glad you mentioned it, I rarely look at the Dashboard...

Ruth said...

Textpad also has a freebie version (you have to dig a bit for it on their site) though I've never tried it so I can't tell you how good/bad/easy it is to use.

Ruth said...

Oh, and you CAN still update from Blogger to WP, but instead of the direct transfer you have to use your Blogger settings to save backup to file, then use WP's upload from file.