New York City, March 1-2.
"But what does the Green Goblin want from Archie’s?"
At the Papers We Love meetup!
The life cycle of a Toynbee Tile. This one was situated at the northwest corner of 56th and Lexington in midtown Manhattan, on the crosswalk, just outside of the standard flow of traffic. This style of tile is common in Midtown, with half-worn-away traces visible at several intersections: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
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Pictures taken between late October 2013 and February 2014. Artist unknown.
Down Front Street I found the hard packed snow in the bus-tire tracks seemed to be a little easier, but I was weaving this way and that and wiped out a couple of times. The construction workers at the Two Trees site along Front gathered together to watch me making an ass out of myself. There was some more pointing and laughing. Suggestion: De Blasio administration could buy tiny little snow-trucks and plows and plow the bike lanes first. Bike appreciation should be made a collective bargaining issue in construction contracts.
We got some ice last night.
REV JOHN WELCOMES YOU TO HIS OWN HOME