Thursday, March 03, 2011

My Dog Junior and the Daily Rider -- March 3, 2001

Below you'll find the Daily Rider and My Dog Junior pictures from February 24, 2011 through March 3, 2011. If you don't want to wait for me to compile them here you can see them right away when I send them out via Twitter. Just subscribe to ScooterNSticks.

I don't have to tell you to click on the picture to see the big version right?

March 3, 2011: Made this picture this morning in the garage with my iPhone. Someone had made off with the Vespa engine cover and I got a new one. Nice and shiny.

March 3, 2011: Junior in the garden.

March 2, 2011: On the way home from work. iPhone picture with Lo-Mob app.

March 2, 2011: Early morning portrait of Junior in the neighborhood.

March 1, 2011: Piaggio MP3 with sidecar. I'll be taking this out for a test ride. Stay tuned.

March 1, 2011: Early morning walk. Junior sees his shadow. Oh no.

February 28, 2011: Late evening in the driveway.

February 28, 2011: Early morning, heavy rain.

February 27, 2011: Late evening, downtown State College, PA with the Hipstamatic app on the iPhone.

February 27, 2011: Junior pays homage to his ancestors who served in World War I for the French hauling machine guns, as sentries, and messengers. Shot at the Pennsylvania Military Museum during our morning walk.

February 26, 2011: Vespa stopped at Subway to pick up lunch.

February 26, 2011: Junior in the woods on a morning walk.

February 25, 2011: Triumph brochure on my desk. Things that dreams are made of.

February 25, 2011: Junior sopping wet in my truck. Ready to go to Sporty Dog Daycare.

February 24, 2011: Vespa engine case sans chrome cover. Someone stole it.

February 24, 2011: Junior as he looks when he is nosing me for attention when I get up in the morning. iPhone image.

2 comments:

Conchscooter said...

So are you rejuevenated and having fun with this format?

Steve Williams said...

Conchscooter: I'm enjoying the picture making but I always drag my feet on the picture sharing part regardless of format. The only thing that keeps me going is fear of your displeasure.

I always respond better to the stick.