Monthly Archives: August 2004
Car Temple Procession of Lord Sri Rama 19th century painting shows the chariot being dragged by devotees Chariot or Car Festivals of India Kamat.com [via Plep.org]
“Should You feel the same need for a Grail Diary, there are two way to get one. Buy one from one the “amateur” prop-makers. They often offers their work on E-bay. Just be prepered to pay around $500 – 900.” … Continue reading
“Giaguari, puma, serpenti corallini e pseudocorallini ci sono ma non ne vedrò uno (non è come alle Cascate Vittoria, in Africa, ove chi ti attraversa la strada è un elefante o un antilope e non un turista giapponese). Per fare … Continue reading
“…All night long June 5, we heard the bombers roaring over the hospital. Everyone remarked that something big must be doing. At 7:30, [someone] said paratroopers had landed behind German lines in France. 8am news confirmed it. Everyone stopped work … Continue reading
Ice Cream Truck Trevor, Wisconsin Advance birthday greetings to John, Aug. 30 and Joachim, Sept. 3 Have a nice weekend everyone!
A study for the Wandering Moleskine Project logo by Joachim
To all those interested in sending logo proposals for the “Wandering Moleskine Project”, please consider adapting the Moleskinerie logo (stylized notebook with sleeve) for graphical consistency. Include the words “Wandering Moleskine Project”. A.B.F.
“This site is for everybody who loves to love someone else and also love the rock’n roll, in short, a popular site.” Dacafe [Thanks Joachim]
“Some of the world’s oldst stargazing tools, used by the royal astronomers of ancient China, are on display in Oakland, California; in their first appearance in the United States, at the Chabot Space and Science Center.” Dragon Skies The Astronomy … Continue reading