Sunday, March 6, 2011

The Gay Flower of 17th Street (and Other Stuff on a Rainy Sunday Morning)

**Updated 1:04AM 6/6/2014: See below.**

Say, it's the crow-like creature that IS the Gay Flower of 17th Street.

It's such a magical and enchanting bird -- and so very well adapted for D.C. and its ways.

Adapting what Porky Pig sang in the cartoon Drip Along Daffy (right at the beginning):

"And his looks don't amount to much / 'Cuz his face is all in a bug-eyed bunch! / And his name is Deepee Oooza as such / He's the Gay Flower of 17th Street sweet to touch!"


Turning to the weather, the good news is that is it raining today and we SHOULD get a needed 1 to 2 inches, unless we get screwed out of it.

Here is the Northeastern U.S. radar mosaic as of 1538UTC (10:38AM EST), March 6, 2011. It looks promising.


A few other pictures ...

The backside of something called the "J.D. Williams Building," 2460 16th Street, NW, Washington, D.C., as seen from Kalorama Road (I was walking back home from the Harris Teeter store), 4:49PM, March 5, 2011.


Nellies downstairs bar, Washington, D.C., 11:59PM, March 5, 2011.

**Updated 1:04AM 6/6/2014: Content removed.**

Anyway, I plan to update this blog tomorrow.


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