See & Saw. Hee & Haw. Ohhh & Ahhh. This blog is an ever-growing collection of curios, oddities, and astonishing visual treats. Honest.
What a great find!Wanna bet that guy grew up on Jules Verne?
Absolutely! Can you imagine stumbling upon this, in some farmer's field!? "Ya, so how much for the spaceship thingy?"It would have made a great ornament for the front of your store. Or on top of the building! Heck, with a litle bit of tinkering, you may have got the thing runnin' again.
I'd just stick in my front yard.Maybe run a track to the back...Just mindboggling that I've never heard of the idea, let alone seen it.Ahead of his time, even if it was in a wierd Buck Rogers/Flash Gordon kind of way...
howdy! canine ridge here long distance from San Fran. can't get my email working, so thought I would say hello. Walked up to Pacific Heights this a.m. from hotel, to see all pretty victorian houses, and then heading out to Ferry Building for lunch
Welcome canine ridge! Watch the San fran dough, I understand it is sour!GB! How many more of these treasures have we lost?
It does make you wonder, doesn't it.Who knows what "just about" great inventions have happened in total obscurity?Welcome CR! How's SF?
Hi again. ... email still not working, but making progress. SF is great, hot, but too many tourists. Lots of great food, looking forward to coming again with sawsee! my aunt lives here, so am visiting. Shopped today at Union Square, went to Paul Frank store, love the monkey. tomorrow going to little italy, and a museum - da vinci exhibit, I think. cheerio
Da Vinci? Jealous!
howdy, STILL can't send email, but receiving ok. going to little italy, then de young museum today, not the da vinci thing, apparently it is not great. http://www.deyoungmuseum.org/deyoung/collections/index.asplater!
sawsee, got your email! didn't make it to the de young, mom too tired, oh well, next time! tonite, going to http://www.bluesinthenightthemusical.com/
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