Train station

Here’s the other end of the train tracks I’ve shown in the last few posts.  This is the side where the ferries arrive from Ellis Island.  I believe the same thing used to happen in the old days, with perhaps fewer tourism-oriented passengers.  Great Art courtesy of the exclusive iPhone-cam, taken during our recent visit to New York, and part of my famous Machinery series.

I realize a building may not qualify as Machinery in some people’s view.  I urge those people to inspect the large clock prominently placed on that building.  It still tells the correct time and is machinery, without a doubt.  Not to mention those fancy-looking lights.  Plus, there’s a hint of leftover ferry-landing equipment there in the foreground.  So I stand by my statement.

Well, it’s happiest-day-of-the-year eve.  Tomorrow’s my off Friday, so I’ll have the whole day available for fun and frolic.  Ought to be nice.

LRN4 spent about a week and a half in Virginia recently, visiting LRN1 and LRN15 during a few difficult days for them.  She enjoyed her visit and is glad to report that things are going well down there.  It’s also nice to have her back home.

Work continues as normal.  I’m working harder than I want to and mainly enjoying it.  I’m enjoying the people very much indeed.  In some ways, I’ll be sad to leave here when that time comes.  In other ways, I’ll be delighted to be moving forward with my life.

Speaking of moving forward, dirt has been scraped on our behalf in Las Vegas!  Apparently, concrete forms have also been placed for the new house’s foundation.  We’re supposed to get pictures over the weekend, which I might even share here.  Exciting!  We’ll soon be three-home people.  Think of all the homeowner’s insurance!

Otherwise, not so much new since we last spoke.  So I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this shocking food violence news: fruit-related traffic jam!

See you tomorrow.

One Response to “Train station”

  1. Shannon Says:

    Wow! that sounds like a jam-making day I’m glad I missed!

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