Abandoned Sea Plane. The aircraft is a Catalina PBY-5A model and was bought from the US Navy by Thomas W Kendall, a retired businessman who converted it to a luxury flying yacht. we love float planes and amphibian aircraft @ http://ridgelandingairpark.com/
Quick! Get the best seat in the house ready for sitting.
We are still at least a year or two away from our own kitchen reno, so it’s safe to say that I’ll be on the hunt for kitchen inspiration for the next 365 days and then some. I’ve been hoarding kitchen phots in a secret pin board for months now, and when I stumble on one that feels both timeless and current, it’s like the holy grail. This kitchen, hailing from an updated 18th century home, is all that an then some. With the wall to wall subway tile, and the library sconces above the sink, I’m…
...my dad had a band. He sang and played guitar. In our basement, was a homemade stage he built for rehearsals. When the guys would come over I would pretend I was a part of his band and sing along, dance, and play the instruments. It was one of the ways my dad fostered the love of music in me.
Mardi Gras Card—I bought this photograph years ago at the Bridge House thrift store. It is a wonderful reminder of how in New Orleans, the more things change, the more they stay the same. Now you can have a copy to frame or to write and send. The front has six people costumed and ready to go out for the day. On the back it says, “Mardi Gras of 1931, February 17, 1931—Reading from left to right, Harold Cook, May Goddard, Weston Hamilton, Margaret Tate, Steve Tate, and Me.”