Thursday, November 17, 2011

(post) Walkabout

Well this post is a bit late but I'll blame that on an insane work load this week.  Anyway, the walkabout was a very interesting experience.  The group (turns out a total of 5 of us showed up) met at a local museum that is the center for the arts district in my town.  Instead of going in we decided to just wander the area aimlessly to see what cool stuff we could find (hence walkabout).  Now I'm not an artsy person but we found places that had amazing objects aka art, inside.  I think the highlight was when we found a private studio that had a rendition of mount Rushmore done in cardboard but tweaked into a anti corporate message.  It's hard to explain but there was a old school Tonka truck with a 32oz bottle of ketchup near it.  Win.  Anyway, we closed the day with a meal in the little Ethiopia district that turned out to be very tasty.  All in all a fun day of randomness.

11 comments:

  1. Those are the days that always end up being memorable, and you don't even expect it.

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  2. Idem, are the days for framing.

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  3. yeah it was a totally random day. It turned out way better then just walking around just the main museum

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  4. it's a great day to me...
    lol
    nice post, awsome blog..

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  5. oh well, you made me think on walking a bit more around instead of doing nothing :O

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  6. I have to admit I am a bit jealous of your fantastic day. :p

    Btw, +1 followed. Keep going :)

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  7. Interesting post, when I saw walkabout I thought wilderness.

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  8. Ethiopia disctrict? where is that?

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