That was September 12. This is photo heavy, and there is no jump. Also, some of the pictures of pictures are purposely not great. Anyway, we went to Small World Coffee, to check out the daughter's art exhibit and also have proper coffee, then we had a look at the cemetery, because I always do, and Princeton Record Exchange, then lunch at Agricola on Witherspoon, a cool exhibit at the art museum, then a rest before the lovely young woman and I drove to Philadelphia to see Pinback at Union Transfer.
This one is my favorite.
I always think they look like they're having a meeting.
This is Kopp's Cycle, the oldest bike shop in America.
At Agricola, on Witherspoon St. They use local ingredients, and are very into fermentation right now.
It always smells like heaven, walking past here.
If I'd known this would be so hard to find online, I'd have gotten a photo of it. There are several others with Sentinel in the title, but they are not this one.
This is Bond, by Jack Tworkov, 1960. Click on it to learn about the exhibit we saw.
Clicking on this will take you to a better image than I could take in there. Mainly, I was snapping these cards and images so I could look them up later.
I was sort of transformed when I saw this and read about it.
Click on this image for a video.