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Day 1082

Catchin’ up

December 16th, 2014

It looks like I haven't updated the site in a few months, but I'm just working through a big backlog of photos. I'll be posting new ones just about every day until I'm finally caught up. See below for the latest posts.

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This well-worn chef now hawks Mexican food at Tradiciones el Tejano (which also appears to serve pizza).

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Geeta Temple

September 23rd, 2014



Another look at this grocery store turned Hindu temple

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Unlimit Yourself

September 23rd, 2014


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Peering through a fence

September 23rd, 2014



at the LIRR's Port Washington Branch

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Jain Center of America

September 23rd, 2014



This is the largest Jain temple in the New York area, and also an "excellent place for matchmaking".

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FOOD INTERNA

September 23rd, 2014



This is the back of a homemade trash/recycling bin shelter. (Here's the front.)

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There’s a new chelada in town

September 23rd, 2014



And it's even grosser than the original?

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Colombian pride

September 23rd, 2014


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One Guy Walking

September 23rd, 2014



(The name seems to have come from a previous occupant of the building.)

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Keepin’ busy

September 23rd, 2014


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Today’s route — 14.0 miles

September 23rd, 2014

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Classic hoardermobile

September 22nd, 2014



Complete with a big bag of flavored Japanese seaweed

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Remsen Cemetery

September 22nd, 2014



This little family burial ground is believed to date back to the mid-18th century. The oldest identifiable grave is that of Colonel Jeromus Remsen, a veteran of the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War, who died in 1790.

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Soup House?

September 22nd, 2014



Zoom in and you can see that's what's stenciled on the concrete lintel above the entrance to the brick building here at the city DOT's Glendale Yard maintenance facility.