No Sharpshooting. No Pommel Horses. Gentle Discouragements & Advisories.

February 04, 2009

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This is getting a bit repetitive.

January 28, 2009

Didn't We Just Do This?

By golly it's another snowy day in PeePaw's underground claypot.

January 25, 2009

Who Closed the Door?!

Thousands of miles east of the North Coast of Kauai, someone seems to be playing with the icebox that is PeePaw's industrial commerce zone. On Thursday and Friday, someone left the door open, and everything thawed out. Then, around 4:00 a.m. yesterday, that door must've been slammed shut, 'cause Saturday morning started at 43º and here it's Sunday morning and 15º. Brrrrrrr.

January 24, 2009

Crimping Under

videoGood doggies. GOOOOD Doggies!!

January 22, 2009


In his recumbent community of indwellers, PeePaw declares, "Damn, I just finished shoveling and it's snowing all over again. Cut it out!"

P.S. PeePaw's Paw is 83 today.

January 19, 2009

Out In The Woods

PeePaw determines that a simple blending of ingredients, if not watched carefully, can putrefy into a horrible mess. A really and truly horrible vegetal mess of disgustingness. How completely off-putting.

January 16, 2009

Too Cold To Swim

All the way over there at the PeePaw Private Secluded Very Warm Beach Hideaway Paradise Island, it's a whole hell of a lot more pleasant than it is over here in PeePaw's Walk-in Meatlocker Cold Township of Ice and Snow.

January 11, 2009

Desalinated Fluidity

videoPeePaw recalls his joyful travel at the end of last year, which began Merry and ended Happy! Throughout the weather splendidly uplifted his soul, and a calm spread across his bandaged heart and aching extremities. His week abroad was indeed time to pause, reflect, renew, and correct. Now back in icy climes, careful piloting rules the day.


January 05, 2009

Another One!

PeePaw's friends all say Happy Birthday!

December 31, 2008

A Foggy Day

Upon quiet reflection, PeePaw consents to a dimming of the morning lights, and a fog is quickly drawn into the precinct for his delight. Horns in the distance caution seagoing vessels and untrained marine mammals.