Friday, August 19, 2016

Gloucester Life Museum

The former "Folklife" museum in Gloucester, now Gloucester Life Museum, has this wheelbarrow as part of a WWII display about young women working on farms during the war.







Monday, July 25, 2016

Many, varied, waiting



"I took this photo at Camp Baker in Florence, Oregon." —Renee Cabatic

I looked it up. Camp Baker is a Boy Scout camp. Here's a video, in case someone here wants to hear the local accents and see where those wheelbarrows live. My guess (I could be wrong) is that the wheelbarrows are to help kids get their gear to the campsites, and back out after they strike tents and whatnot. The dune descent contest seven minutes in is fun.


Saturday, July 16, 2016

Pikachu with a Lego wheelbarrow

Marina Popova didn't have a Pokemon Go image, so she created a Pokemon LE-Go portrait.

Friday, July 15, 2016

Weedlebarrow

I asked Alex to try to find one in a wheelbarrow (during the first big week of Pokemon Go), and then I asked on Facebook to the world in general.

Within just a few hours, Alex succeeded!



Nancy Wooton named it "Weedlebarrow."

Pilar, New Mexico

Candid, hiding, near a beautiful cat.





Wednesday, July 13, 2016

New Hampshire, near a marsh

Colleen Prieto wrote:
We were in Seabrook, New Hampshire yesterday and came across this wheelbarrow (and its shadow :-)) parked at the side of a dirt road that extends out into a marsh where many, many swallows, House Sparrows, and some Purple Martins nest.
Thought of you and so grabbed a quick photo -


I have the urge to pose the wheelbarrow on that oriental rug near the fire hydrant, myself.