How about some more Windmill Isle photographs?
The antique Children's Carousel at Windmill Isle, in Holland, Michigan. Far left, on the zebra: child.
Reconstructed Dutch street at Windmill Isle. There's a gift shop in the building up front, although we were there too late in the day to browse.
Explaining the windmill. The docent points out various features of the imported-from-the-Netherlands windmill that's still a working structure. In this case, I believe she was pointing out how the blades can be tied down when it's not busy milling.
The windmill, closed for the night, and adjacent canal. Note that it is on an island.
- iTunes, At Sixteen, last week's major piece. Inspired by iTunes deciding to play some Pink Floyd.
- Jack Benny Goes To The Carnival, an episode of the TV show featuring Mel Blanc and a curious merry-go-round.
- Statistics Saturday: How My Hard Drive Is Organized Versus What I Use, a peek into my Private folder.
- Dressing the Party, in which I get nervous about wearing clothes.
- Nothing Is Happening In Apartment 3-G Update: What Is Happening To Apartment 3-G? in which I do my best to explain this intergalactic supervoid of activity.
- The August Scraps, stuff that I couldn't really use for my humor blog in August.
- Statistics August! How The Humor Blog Did. Mostly people wanted to know what was going on in Apartment 3-g. The answer: nothing.
- In The Aftermath Of 80s Night, this week's major piece. yes, I wore clothes.
Trivia: Spain and Portugal agreed upon the (modern) boundaries of Brazil in 1777. Source: Empires of the Word: A Language History of the World, Nicholas Ostler.
Currently Reading: Austerity Britain, 1945 - 1951, David Kynaston.
PS: To Borrow A Page, all about the history of borrowing in subtraction. Don't tell me you aren't interested.