This just in from the inimitable force of goodness goddess Christina V. in Woodstock, N.Y. (shown here posing in front of her instant icon: the cat with a third eye.) A carton of Purell goes out to C.V. as our little way of saying "thanks."
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Sunday, July 1, 2012
Reader Rachel C.D. sends in this beautifully framed pic from the border of the Woodstock, NY municipal parking lot. Looks like a science project waiting to happen. Now all you need are ping pong balls.
A carton of Butterfly table tennis balls goes out to Rachel C.D. as our little way of saying "thanks."
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Monday, June 11, 2012
No! Gardiner! It's a town in NY. And this is the kinda stuff they give away for free down there. Now you understand the homonymal confusion, right? This pic, sent in by loyal reader Susan R. really highlights the problem. A truck load of mushroom dirt goes out to little SR as our little way of saying "thanks!"
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Friday, June 8, 2012
Reader Jenny K. sends in this gaggle of free shots from Brooklyn, USA. Is that Dutch for something? (google break) Yes! It seems to come from the name of a town in Holland, Breukelen near Utrecht.
A case of Dutch process cocoa powder goes out to Jenny K. as our little way of saying "dank u."
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Holy crap, I don't even remember where these pics came from. They're all super nice and I really should have posted them sooner and remembered who sent them in. But I didn't and I don't. So this week, I'm sending a coupla cases of PBR to the local shelter, signed anonymous. Our little way of saying "thanks, forgotten friend!"
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Sunday, April 15, 2012
A quintet of beauty from beauty Claire M. who claims "there's always a lot of free stuff in Trumansburg, N.Y." Well, that settles it. Now we know where we're retiring to. When the time comes. Soon. Right after the last of these kids finished college in 12 years or so. Eeeesh.
A carton of Tareyton goes out to Claire, who, apparently, would "rather fight than switch."