Else where in town some wonderful friends are performing :
Revisited pipeline at dusk Monday, notice the blackbird on Ed’s truck. Every where my black bird journey is being egged on.
What is this space where they are performing?
The Belly Dance Brunches have been at Balliceaux Restaurant – 203 N. Lombardy Street.
If RVA had the first TRolley system in the world it’s a shame it’s still not operating. I can remember riding the ones in Boston back in the late 70’s. It has a feel and charm of it’s own for those that have experienced. Look forward to seeing Ed’s mural finished.
I’m liking the vertical pan of the pipeline a lot. Also the guys with the catfish. Interesting that the pickup truck with the crow on the side is almost a dead ringer for my truck… my bumper is even bent in the same way.
Really enjoyed meeting Ed and his calling attention to the Trolley history we have here is wonderful! I mentioned I thought the Mayor was charming, in his proposed “Green Plan”, is talk of bringing back the street cars. Hope this positive movement continues, things are looking up. My old neighbor that I really miss told me stories of jumping on the back of the trolley for kicks when he was a kid as it use to come down Grove Avenue at Libbie. It probably just ran to Horsepin Rd. not sure?
They were 30 lb flathead catfish and at that size only really good for stew if you trust eating James River fish?
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1984 Computer portrait from State Fair