IT IS WONDERFUL HOW MUCH MAY BE DONE IF WE ARE ALWAYS DOING.
  • In my solitude

    -atwater beach

    shorewood wi-

  • realityobjectionist:

    Earth Handle
    There were many government contracted Earth Handles on sidewalks and pavement throughout the Midwest in the 1950s and early ’60s. It was a silly instrument - a grip for gravity - for either a random or calculated instance - global annhiliation. Not used? Hell, most towns tore them outta the ground at the first repaving or whiff of council member distrust. All that and less leaves this Earth Handle, at Homer St. near Howell Ave. in Bay View, Milwaukee, Wisconsin as something of a vestige or mole. Have a grab, feel the feeling, whatever else you can squeeze out of the last ages of boring iron.

    That’s really cool! I knew I recognized this from somewhere. Even if it wasn’t a thing (which maybe it is, I wouldn’t put this past the 1950s gov’t), it makes for an interesting story.

  • Manual is always better.

  • Determine never to be idle. No person will have occasion to complain of the want of time who never loses any. It is wonderful how much may be done if we are always doing.

    Thomas Jefferson

  • smokey- smokie- smoky

  • pier closed-

    -keep off

  • stonecreekcoffee:

    Here are some photos from a very fun and random throwdown at the Stone Creek Coffee factory last night. Thanks to everyone who came and participated!

    (Thanks to TBen and Kris for some of these pix).

  • Something always winds up

  • Enjoyed a little Doors Open Milwaukee this past weekend.