And this one says, "I was walking along and I looked over my shoulder and saw this shot:
...so I took a quick step back to snap it, and something in my knee went 'spoing.' I was limping the rest of the week. It's better now."
It's been a very sneezey day. Got up early and managed to clear away all the old shed parts, dragging it all out to the alley. Beneath the floor we found piles of stuff they must have just tossed there as floor supports from the original house remodel -- door frames and baseboards and such just mingled amongst the 2x4s and paving blocks that actually belonged there; as well as the "nest" our old dog Sinji dug for herself down there, filled with about a half-dozen old doggie balls she must have carried down there, as well. She did like a game of fetch, that dog. There were also a family of geckos we displaced and a lot of garden snail shells.
Then we set up the new gazebo to see how it looks. Of course, it's not a permanent one so we have to fold it back up, but now we have an idea of what we're going to do back there.
Bottom of the 9th, 5-1 D-backs, now hopefully it'll be 1-2-3 and over.
The San Remo apartments, the pond, and the Beresford can be seen behind me and Barb:
I love prowling around on the NY Architecture sites to see what buildings I saw which fascinated me.
The Bow Bridge:
The D-backs won.