do-over saturday shopping

Saturday, July 19, 2014

doing the vintage shop
It's not often in life you get a re-do... but this Saturday has been the good version of last Saturday.

Plus it's after 6pm and I'm still awake, so that's an added bonus.

And because it was a do-over kind of day, I managed to get my sixth sense back regarding when Ma arrives downstairs.

The supermarket portion of the day was fairly average... I did go a little nuts with come cheap goodies to hide in my desk at work to stop me from visiting the overpriced goody boxes in the office.

Like last week we really didn't have any kind of a plan about what to do with the rest of the day, but Ma was still looking for a clock, and I didn't want to do too much sitting in the car, so like last week we headed into the city.

And like last week we found an easy park on Rundle Street, easier in fact as we didn't have to do a loop of the block first.

We stopped off at Bimbo, just to have a look, and Ma ended up finding the perfect clock for her purposes there... so, you know, pretty much job done within the first ten minutes.

But we kept on wandering down the Mall. I wanted to have a poke around in Dymocks, mostly at possible books for when Tink's baby is born. I keep meaning to ask people (like you good reading people) what their favourite picture books were when they were kids, everybody has one that holds a special place in their heart and/or memory, and I'm looking for ideas outside of books I know.

Anyway, we poked around the kid's book section, I found How To Be A Viking by Cressida Cowell, the author of the How To Train Your Dragon book series. Weirdly the book seems to be called "Hiccup the Viking Who Was Seasick" everywhere else in the world. And if it turns out Tink isn't have a boy, then there are enough boys in our extended network that it won't go to waste.

I also rediscovered a book I haven't thought about in years and years... in fact I have absolutely no idea what happened to my original copy, but standing there in the shop reading it, I got all teary eyed.

Which is all kinds of weird because the book in question is The Clown of God by Tomie de Paola, and a fairly religious book at that. But I've always loved the illustrations and I think it was at least in part a reaction to finding an old friend in book form. I don't know if it's the kind of book that I can really give to anyone I know since they're mostly a godless lot (and I like them that way), but I also couldn't leave it there, so joining Hiccup in the bag is Giovanni the juggler, and I'm sure I'll work out something to do with it.

Upstairs in the grown-up section, I found a picture book for myself, the third New 52 Batman graphic novel, Death of the Family. Speaking of falling in love with the illustrations, I do love Greg Capullo's artwork, it has that slight manga look to it, but gets down and dirty when it needs to.

As we were walking past Kmart I saw a girl coming out carrying a bright yellow ceramic parrot. So I had to go and take a look (short version of the story, I didn't buy one, but I was tempted for a minute or so). I did end up picking up a couple of cheap sweaters that I can wear at work. I'm still on the hunt for some kind of grown-up type of jacket, in the leather or faux leather oeuvre... but with no luck.

One thing that I do enjoy about self serve check outs is that there's nobody there to tell you that you can't take the coathangers... so I did.

We wandered the length of the Mall, observing the stray young people who had wandered away from, or were wandering in the direction of, AVCON. One day, if somebody has a couple of spare free tickets to that I wouldn't mind going along, if only because it's always in the Convention Centre and I haven't really been to anything there. Plus, freaky young people in odd costumes.

Probably the stand out for weird costumes (more so because of the juxtaposition), other than the plethora of Pikachu onesies, was the girls from Frozen with a young man in an apron carrying a ladle (I have no fucking clue what that was about) and another young man in far too much black. Weird, just weird.

We made a brief visit to Haighs (mmmm toasted marshmallow, I loves you), then wandered somewhat aimless and pointlessly around the Myer Centre and had a poke around Harris Scarfes where I picked up a new money box for cheap before heading back up the Mall and going to lunch at Fancy Burger.

They still do excellent chips, and the tomato relish is still tasty. And because I had already been disappointed by their burgers once before, so I tried the chicken burger instead. I should have know from the fact that they all came as standard with avocado that was going to be problematic. Fortunately substituting something else in place of the avo was easy... but the burger was still a little... average.

That was pretty much it really, other than a quick stop off at T2 to pick up my free sample of tea they don't officially launch for a while.... yay for exclusive freebies.

So, yes, a much better Saturday... no grumpies, no pre-emptive sleepies.

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photo friday: winter huts

Friday, July 18, 2014

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The wheels fell off this week some time around Thursday... and then the week seemed to take forever to finally finish.

The week has definitely had it's ups and downs.

After last Saturday's post I crawled into bed around 4pm to watch some stuff on the laptop and within an hour I was fast asleep. I woke up a couple of hours later long enough close the laptop and then went right back to sleep. The downside was that I woke up around midnight feeling like I'd had my usual night's worth of sleep, so the rest of my night was a little patchy, but in the end I slept for around fourteen hours.

Then on Sunday I finished The Lizzie Bennet Diaries novel... I laughed, I cried, I squeeeeed... sometimes all at the same time. And today during Bernie Su's Reddit AMA there came the first news of a sequel, centered around Lydia Bennet coming in 2015... Oh the feels!

My Tuesday got a million times better with the release of Weird Al Yankovic's new song, Tacky, based on the Pharrell Williams’s song Happy. The original song makes me very happy, but this version with it's Aisha Tyler, Margaret Cho, Eric Stonestreet, Kristen Schaal and Jack Black video just gave me the happys.

Also his take on Blurred Lines, Word Crimes from the following day, also gave me happys.

Tuesday continued to be a good day when I came home to find the two Classic Lego Castle themed teeshirts I ordered from RedBubble waiting for me in the mailbox.

Wednesday was Haircut Day... possibly the last one for a while, well possibly just a week or two longer than normal since I was the very last haircut Tink did before the baby's due. And boy oh boy was it showing... she's normally a tiny little thing, but she was soooooooo very pregnant. I look forward to meeting the new baby though.

The hair, as usual, is shorter and blonder, and looks much tidier... we did the usual chatting thing but I left earlier than usual so Tink could go and rest, and to be honest, so could I.

Thursday there was too much food, too much sugar, too much insanity. Also, too much rain raining on me just before I got home.

We had a post World Cup lunch with food from "around the world" or at least as around the world as the World Cup teams came from. And I ate food from every nation except for France. Sometimes more than once. It's always bad when there's "free" food just laying there, I can't resist it... so I ate waaaaaaay too much.

As I so eloquently put it that afternoon, I felt like I wanted to "make throw-up".

It didn't help that Thursday was a little mental work-wise, and the sugar/carb highs didn't help.

That's why there wasn't a Hotness post last night... I ended up just giving up and going to bed early.

Today was also a little mental, more so this morning where everybody seemed to want everything at once and things were just slightly falling on their head.

I also finally got to see my original chiro this afternoon after work... which was something of a relief. Although I did miss the other chiro's more forceful style of adjustment a little bit.

So, yeah... that's about it really...

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somewhat grumpy saturday shopping

Saturday, July 12, 2014

grumpy bear
I'm a little bit of a grumpy bear today...

Technically there are about half a dozen other words I could put in place of grumpy, but it's the most convenient definition.

Ma was getting her hair did this morning, so I was on Solo Supermarket duty. And just getting to the supermarket didn't exactly help my mood since my car doesn't like my back and vice versa.

I was at the supermarket pretty early though, so at least that was a bonus... but then the helpful and efficient checkout girl that's been working for the past several weeks wasn't there today.

But I got to the supermarket just after 8, and was completely finished and on my way home but 8:45, even including a brief wander around Target.

And Ma didn't get to my place until around 11... so after unpacking and tidying the kitchen I literally walked around the kitchen for about an hour and a half reading The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.

When Ma finally did arrive we didn't have anything resembling a plan, and I wasn't really in the mood for much of anything, I didn't want to do things that involved spending money, I really didn't want to do anything that involved spending too much time in the car after last week... to be honest I wasn't really in the mood for much of anything, but I didn't want to just stay in.

Eventually we decided to just head into the city and have a wander along Rundle Street and the Mall. We did manage to snag a free carpark in the city because the parking meter was out of commission, so that was at least something.

But we pretty much just wandered all the way up Rundle Street and the Mall. We looked at Crumpler since Ma's been wanting to do that for a while, and we also poked around a few places because Ma wanted a new clock, but we pretty much came away empty handed.

On the way back to the car we stopped at Burger Theory for lunch and had the new Burger of the Month, the Dry (Cured) July... which is very tasty, although I didn't notice the handmade mustard as much as I did the horseradish mayo. I also tried the new milkshake made with frozen custard. And all I can say is roll on Summer when the Frozen Custard should be flowing slowly but freely.

So, yeah... that's really it for the day... I'm still a little grumpy/blue, but really, what are you gunna do?

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photo friday: towering

Friday, July 11, 2014

melbourne towernewtown tower
It's been a very long week.

I have no idea why. The week has been the usual length, I've had lots of things to do to keep me occupied and a range of tasks (well the same range of tasks over and over and over) to keep my appropriately busy, but yeah, the week has been looooooooooooooong.

It's also been mostly slightly freezing in the office this week. Which I always enjoy but everybody else moans about endlessly. It was actually cold enough that I had to put a second layer on which I never normally do, so that means real actual cold. Except for Friday... which is also when I chose to wear a jumper with a tshirt underneath all day, and ended up feeling just the other side of comfortably warm during most of the afternoon. Which made me slightly sleepy.

Plus my body was taking revenge on me for sitting down too much last night... not in a dramatic way, more in a niggling annoying way.

Other than that there really isn't any news... I've settled into that working routine... and an even more boring version than the one I had last time I was working... I get up, I go for my walk in the dark, I come home, I go to work, I don't leave the office the whole damn day, I leave work and walk home, I lay on my bed for a while, I made dinner, I get back into bed and watch something audio visual, I go to sleep and start the whole thing over again.

Also I only had the one chiro appointment this week... next week I get to see my usual chiro again, so that will be good. And by good, I mean I fully expect to be chastised in the sweetest possible way.

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random factor hotness

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Roaming around the blogiverse and the Tumblrverse, there are certain young gentlemen that just keep appearing... one of those is this week's Random Hotness, Sam Callahan.

Sam was a contestant on the UK version of X-Factor, and since then has seemingly been making a career out of wearing very little clothing. Which, given his amazing body, seems like a good plan.

These shots are from a shoot he did with GT (Gay Times) magazine last December, and even though they looked pretty damn good in colour originally, I think these versions, in black and white, look even better.

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buy all the things saturday with indoor forkness

Saturday, July 05, 2014

buy all the things
Today didn't exactly turn out like we planned... kind of, but with differences.

But before I dive into that, just a short update of my week and my back and whatnot.

I spent Monday at home, in bed... dozed through the morning and then spent the whole afternoon and evening watching the fourth season of Game of Thrones. Ten hours later...

Tuesday I had a chiro appointment first thing in the morning (ie 8am) which was something of a relief, and then I headed into work. I spent the majority of the day standing, which was okay, although my desk still hadn't been adjusted, so it was a little bit problematic reaching the keyboard. A couple of A4 paper box tops fixed that up.

The desk finally got adjusted by Thursday morning, which was a welcome relief. And I've actually been able to sit for longer periods of time at work whereas I last about 15 minutes sitting in my chair at home before I have to get up. I am also sleeping a lot better... as in I can actually sleep through the night.

Friday morning I had another chiro appointment which was good, if only because I got to ask a lot of potentially dumb questions about the weird things my body had been doing over the last week. Like for example the fact that my knee feels like it doesn't want to hold any weight at various times... turns out that's because everything else is doing the work of the thing before it in my body and my knee just goes "Nup, got nothing, screw you". Not that I've fallen down or anything, but I did do a bit of a gimpy wobble getting on the bus on Wednesday.

Work has definitively picked up this week. I have three computers, I've processed a bunch of projects, it's all going swimmingly. Annoyingly occasionally, but also swimmingly.

And after discovering that I had transposed the apartment and building numbers on a parcel from Amazon, it all turned out fine when the postman ended up taking it to the post office and I followed the tracking numbers through to their logical conclusion and found that it was sitting there waiting for me. Yaaay.

The only other semi weird thing since I hurt my back is my partial lack of appetite. Actually it's not really THAT weird, first off it was the pain that was preventing me from wanting to eat anything, and after that I think there has just been that general lack of desire to stand around preparing very much that has led to less food happening.

Fortunately that more of less sorted itself out by today.

The general plan today was to have Miss Oh with us, since La Cousina and hubby are away for a couple of weeks and Ma was sleeping over at their place this weekend just to keep Miss Oh company until... actually, the until doesn't really matter. So I've kind of been looking forward to this all week long more or less, since I always enjoy spending time with Miss Oh and I don't get to do it all that much.

But Ma messaged me while I was in the shower to tell me that Miss Oh wasn't feeling well and so she wouldn't be coming along. Disappointing, but these things happen. It just would have been nice since there was a Fork on the Road on today at Bowden and I don't know if she's done the food truck thing before.

Anyway, when Ma got down we headed out, all rugged up warmly, since it wasn't the warmest of days.

Supermarketness was a little more intense perhaps than usual, if only because I didn't do any shopping last weekend besides asking Ma to pick me up a handful of things. And it just so happened that there were a number of things I ran out of this week.

After we finished that and had done the unpacking thing back here as usual, he headed off to pretty much do most of the things we would have done had Miss Oh been with us anyway. No sense wasting a perfectly good half of a plan.

this is pretty much what constitutes all the things
Our first stop was the Flinders Street Market which we went to back in March...

While Ma poked around the jewellery stalls, I was once again semi-obsessed by the second hand/bric-a-brac stall at the back. Specifically the vintage photos that he still seemed to have (I'm only guessing they were from the same batch, they might not have been) from the last time we were there.

I picked up another four portraits of handsome young gentlemen from the late 1800's and early 1900's... I still don't know why I'm obsessed with then photos, just that I am.

I also noticed a very beautiful cash box in amongst a set of rather more humdrum cash boxes... it looks like it's made of wood, but it's actually painted... I don't know by who, I don't know when, but it looks really ornate and when the guy running the stall said it was $20, I wasn't going to walk away from it.

True, I also have no idea what the hell I'm going to do WITH it... but it was too pretty not to buy.

Next up, Ma had planned on a trip to the Haighs store... and since I've been thinking about making a side trip to Haighs all week, I wasn't going to say no. I did go a little bit crackers, but that was only because there were a lot of things I like in the Seconds racks. Plus I wanted some toasted marshmallow like crazy.

The only thing I wanted to do other than the evening Forking was to grab a copy of The Lego Movie (and possibly to see if I could track down the Jack Skellington figure from Disney Infinity). So it was down the road to Cumberland Park Big W we went.

Lego Movie, check... but while they seemed to have every single other Disney Infinity figure, no Jack.

Since we were already on that side of town and the weather was decidedly shitful and prone to rain and whatnot, so after a very tasty sausage sizzle we decided to keep heading in the same general direction all the way down to Marion.

Looking back on it, it may have been a slightly stupid idea, just from the perspective of sitting down in the car for all that time. I'm tying this standing up, and I'm generally a little achy all over. I think a large proportion of tomorrow will be spend horizontally.

Anyway, we finally got to Marion, and finally found a carpark (which was a little bit wearing... so close and yet so far and all that... plus too much stopping and starting and overly enthusiastic breaking for my general wellbeing). Big W was pretty much a bust, Infinity-wise, and at that point I generally got over the whole idea. The only reason I was even looking for them there was that they had a "twofer" deal on, even though there wasn't really a second figure I was that interested in.

Instead I went into T2 to engage in my newly acquired fetish for T2 tea... but they did have 18% off everything since it's their 18th Birthday, and as a T2 member I also got a free box of tea... so, BARGAINS!

I bought a pretty red mug for work complete with it's own strainer, a box of Liquorice Legs tea which they had in one of their brew stations and which was really lovely and aniseedy, then when we got to the counter I spotted the Cocoa Loco tea, which is made out of cocoa bean husks and smells like chocolate. I don't exactly remember what the three free tea options were because when the girl said "Creme Brulee", I was sold.

That was about it generally for Marion... we had a wander around (I only just stopped short of fondling the giant box for the Lego Sydney Opera House only because it was giant... but it was on sale, so I was somewhat tempted), people just generally seemed to want to be in my way (even more so than usual, possibly because I was slightly tired and a touch grumpy at that point), and then once we'd done a full circuit we were pretty much done, so we headed back to my place.

fork on the road - indoorsfork on the road - archie goodness
I had a little bit of a rest, although I couldn't stay lying down for long otherwise I would have dozed off. Then we watched part of some on Barbra Streisand movie (On A Clear Day) until it was time to head on down to Fork.

This was a bit of a different Fork, one billed as an "Indoor Fork"... which was both partially true and somewhat misleading. There was indoor seating, but all the trucks were still outdoors.

fork on the road - deep fried egg, dirt(y) stylefork on the road - simon b woking out
We started out with a wander around, then headed down to see Archie and get some Pastizzi (mushy pea and pork for Ma, Moroccan lamb for me) as an entree.

Not everything was up and running when we got there, so we decided to share the Deep Fried Egg at Simon Bryant's Dirt(y) stall... and it was pretty much exactly as advertised... a fried egg, with all manner of tasty things sprinkled on top and laying on a bed of rice. Nice though, and definitely something I'd try again.

fork on the road - lady pearl was back in actionfork on the road - burger theory... it's been a while
And Our Lady of the Blessed Burger, the Grand Dame of Food Trucks, Pearl was back on the road at long last, stuffed full of Burger Theory goodness.

I was literally the first person in line... it took them a while after we got there to get the doors open, and I was hovering across the way taking a photo of the truck to harass the boys online with when Rob came out and started opening up. It was definitely good to see them back out on the road, as well as seeing Dan back behind the grill.

fork on the road - tasty as hell, but buggered if i can remember what it was calledfork on the road - empty clipsal goodness
We also tried this lovely, tasty, golden goodness... and it had weird name and I can't remember what the hell it was... other than it was slathered in "garlic water" and was vaguely potato related. Definitely another one that I would happily revisit... plus they had interesting sounding vanilla slices too.

This was the second time we've been in the old Clipsal factory for an event (it'd make a great set/venue for a very industrial version of Macbeth too I think), and while the whole place wasn't opened up (which was also possibly a mistake given the number of people crammed into the available seating), it is a great space and makes for some interesting photos.

fork on the road - come, take a seatfork on the road - mmmm honey puff lady goodness
We'd already stopped off to see Mim at Four Seeds to pick up some brownie goodness (including an extra helping for Ma to take back to Miss Oh) earlier in the evening, so for dessert we stopped off at the Honey Puff Ladies for some sugary, doughy, fried balls of wrongness and deliciousness.

And that was the end of, in the words of Winnie The Pooh, A Very Busy Day.

Turned out to be a good day, even if it wasn't the day we expected when we set out.

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the return to being mostly horizontal

Sunday, June 29, 2014

it's like this, but with less superheroes
Remember in 2012 when I screwed up my back?

Well, after a couple of weeks of occasional twinges, an overly enthusiastic masseuse, an adjustment from a chiro that isn't my regular chiro and a Friday morning spent moving computers and crawling under my desk at work, I spent Friday evening resting in bed and got up to find that I had major pains shooting down the opposite leg from last time.

And they were there even when I went to lay back down. Not good.

That let to me having about two hours total sleep on Friday night since I couldn't do much of anything without pain.

Since my chiro office isn't even open on weekends, I found a replacement chiro out at Unley that could see me yesterday. Not sure how much she helped, but she did a partial adjustment and prescribed ice, rest and some walking around. Hopefully I can get in to see my proper chiro next week, since I get the feeling I'm going to be going back to seeing her a couple of times a week for a while.

Until then I'll be spending quite a bit of time just laying in bed for a while, and probably won't be blogging all that much until I can summon up the energy to either do something standing up or until I can actually sit down again.

Fortunately it's not as bad as the major incident last time... I can stand, I can turn over in bed, I can shower, dress myself and leave the house... I just can't sit. And there's some degree of pain involved in everything else.

So, yeah... not the best update ever, but at least I haven't just disappeared into the ether... I'm still here, just in a prone position mostly. At least it finally gives me the time to catch up on the last series of Game of Thrones.

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random district hotness

Thursday, June 26, 2014

There's a movie poster theme for this week's Random Hotness. The movie in question is The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (or, you know, just Mockingjay) which doesn't come out until November.

A set of seven teaser posters dropped this week featuring high fashion images relating to the Districts, and it's actually a toss up for my favourite poster between District 7 (featured below) and the poster for District 9. As a brief aside, I think they totally missed the mark with the District 12 poster... I know why they did it, but it's a complete mis-match to the rest of the images.

But I knew I had to feature these three if only because of the presence of model (and former Random Hotness) Alex Minsky in the District 7 poster.

I have no idea who the models are for Districts 6 and 7... but you gotta love a man in textured rubber pants and a man in a furry cape.


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movies: how to train your dragon 2

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

how to train your dragon 2 - training is over
While the original movie was about a son's relationship with his father and how belief really can change the world, How to Train Your Dragon 2 is much more about what happens when that son grows up and has to deal with the world outside what he's known to this point.

And damn but Hiccup grew up nice... I know he's a cartoon character and everything, but damn! With the hair and the leather suit and the freckles and the stubble... damn!

Compared with the first movie (which is amongst my favourite movies and was my top rated movie for 2010), this has a much bigger story, more characters, more dragons and much bigger stakes. But what it shares is that sense of heart and that ability for the animation to just exist in the moment without needing to include a lot of unnecessary words.

It's also definitely a movie to see more than once, if only so you can catch all the little antics going on in the background between Toothless and the other dragons.

Dean DeBlois, one half of the pair behind not only the first movie but also my all-time favourite animated movie, Lilo and Stitch, returns as the writer and director this time around and he's crafted a beautiful story.

And I'm not going to lie... I cried... more than once.

What I love most about both of the HTTYD movies is that there are consequences. Amazing things happen, but there is death and destruction and loss. And it's handled in a way that, like everything else in the movie, doesn't hit you over the head. Like the fact that both Hiccup and Toothless are essentially disabled and while they can both make their way alone, it's when they work together that they both give their best.

And if I thought that the first movie was beautifully animated and rendered, then there doesn't currently exist a superlative to describe how glorious this movie looks. I've already mentioned how good Hiccup looks, but Toothless has had a whole makeover too and everything from his pupils to his scales, even down to his tongue, looks better than ever.

Then there's the first scene with Toothless and Hiccup, flying through the clouds... the ice effects later in the movie... and all the new dragons.

There are also a host of new voices joining Jay Baruchel, Gerard Butler, America Ferrera and all the others, including Cate Blanchett as the mysterious Dragon Rider, Valka... Game of Thrones star Kit Harington as the dragon trapper Eret, son of Eret... while Djimon Hounsou lends his big booming voice to Drago, the villain of the piece.

What I didn't know going in is that HTTYD2 is the second act in a trilogy, DeBlois accepted the sequel on the condition he could turn it into a trilogy and while this feels like a fully rounded story, it definitely leaves the door open to a conclusion to the overall story.

yani's rating: 9 alpha dragons out of 10

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mostly perfunctory saturday shopping

Saturday, June 21, 2014

frozen foo
Today was a bit of a perfunctory Saturday. There really doesn't feel like there's very much to report.

We were both running a little bit late this morning, which is usually better than just one of us, so we got to the supermarket a little late.

Then there was the usual shopping adventures, although we seemed to do 90% of the shopping in the fruit and veg section and the meat section and then 10% everywhere else.

When we were done with supermarketry we did a wander around Target before heading back here.

Neither of us really had any urgent errands we needed to run, but I did want to see if Big W had the new series of Lego Mixels, so we headed down to Arndale.

Trips to Arndale never last particularly long, so we did the usual circuit, I grabbed the Mixels, Ma found a top she liked and it took me as long to go through the self serve checkouts as it took her to go through the regular ones. And that's just not right.

After we were finished at Arndale we came back to North Adelaide along Prospect Road and stopped off to have a look at Honeysuckle Lane, which is now jointly named KAB101 Lane, and all the previous artwork has been replaced with works by KAB101. While it's nice to see a street artist get such high profile recognition, and while I do love a lot of KAB's work, I kind of miss the range of pieces that used to be there... as well as the fact that one of my favourite Benzo pieces (albeit a very faded piece the last time I visited... but it was my iPhone and laptop wallpaper for the longest time) is gone.

We also had a poke around a couple of vintage/antique stores on Prospect Road... and I was three quarters tempted to buy an old Box Brownie camera, but it would have just been a decorator item, and while it was cute, I really didn't love it to death, so after carrying it around the store for ten minutes I walked out without it.

From there we took a detour to Perrymans to grab some lunch, and then to the North Adelaide Village for a couple of things we didn't get earlier.

Then, after we came back here we had some lunch and then Ma wandered off on her merry way.

So, yeah... we didn't really set the world on fire or anything.

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