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On the bayou: Chauvin Sculpture Garden

| February 5, 2013 | 3 Comments
On the bayou: Chauvin Sculpture Garden

Hmmm, August 14 was the last time I posted. Dang, a lot has kinda happened since then. I guess I could continue on about the Denver trip, but that was so last July. Besides we weren’t there very long and basically drank beer because there be a lot of crafty beer making types in Colorado. […]

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The tooth and more

| June 19, 2012 | 1 Comment
The tooth and more

Within walking distance of the Renoir dancers and Mariachis sits the tooth. It’s a big tooth. It resembles an undiscovered dinosaur, a Molarsaurus, but it’s a tooth. Why a tooth? Well, why not a tooth? I mean, why not Jello? Or an athletic cup? Or a crescent wrench? Because it’s a tooth. It just is. […]

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Hamilton NJ, sculpture capital of the world

| June 18, 2012 | 3 Comments
Hamilton NJ, sculpture capital of the world

I don’t know if Hamilton Township in NJ is the sculpture capital of the world, but it’s probably pretty dang close. I didn’t even know about Hamilton’s Grounds for Sculpture. I didn’t even know Hamilton, NJ existed. So, it was quite a wonderful, little surprise to see these sculptures as we drove to the NJ […]

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Sunday in Houston

| August 2, 2011 | 1 Comment
Sunday in Houston

Ok, once again, it’s a Sunday in Houston post and it’s not Sunday. But, these pics were taken on a Sunday. Ergo, there ya go. Earlier this year, these statues, which reside at the west end of Allen Parkway, were unveiled. This always reminds me of the George Carlin observation wondering why we drive on […]

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