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Loved your narrative about the flat tyre -- I went through the same thing a couple of years ago. Got a flat but fortunately was in the middle of the city. In the old days, I would have changed the wheel myself but opted to pay a couple of guys who happened to be walking in the vicinity. That was the way to go -- no sore muscles for me and a bit of pocket cash for my new found friends.
Gene, my user award has nothing to do with the fact that I'm singled out in your introductory commentary. This is my kind of image. What a wonderful preservation of a slice of Americana. I like the sun in this shot -- lighting most of the facade but shading just enough to accentuate the architectural features (especially the awning).
Joline, this is so "out of your wheelhouse" and yet, your sense of aesthetic shines through. Obviously, I haven't seen the rest of the dumpster but I'm willing to bet that you have selected just the right balance of blue and white.