It started out innocently enough with some cool manhole covers. Now it’s become a ReavesCarter-Providence vacation tradition.
Another city, another creative way to get below the sidewalk
It was cool to come across one of the utility boxes from the list of these I first saw way back when.
Whatever business you’re in these days, it seems like your pitch is or should be “the Uber of …”
Check. (Or Tick as we say down here)
I saw this cover the other day and was puzzled… some kind of Hebrew foundry?
I still don’t know what foundry this is, but at least I will be able to find it in some directory!
A few shots from last week’s visit to Rotorua.
Not sure why Clan MacDougall would lay claim to this utility box in Parnell…
The quote is from Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida, which I got to see during my awesome trip to the Ashland Shakespeare Festival as a Pasadena City College student more than 30 years ago.
Haven’t googled enough yet to know what it means…
In this case, I thought “national estuary” was a nice touch, because im not sure how much sympathy there would have been for plain old Galveston Bay.