Monthly Archives: March 2011

{084} The Great W

{084} The Great W, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. I’ve been working on an Instabet project — going through the alphabet using Instagram on the iPhone — and was lucky enough on this day to stumble on the in-progress … Continue reading

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{083} Homeroom graffiti

{083} Homeroom graffiti, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. I finally made it to Homeroom, an amazing little Oakland restaurant that features, mostly, just variations of Mac and Cheese. It’s a welcoming, amazing space with delicious and affordable food served … Continue reading

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{082} Remembering

{082} Remembering, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. One of The Mint’s owners, sitting next to the memory book in honor of Brendan Baily, a regular who died suddenly of pneumonia in early March. Tonight was a memorial gathering for … Continue reading

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{081} Preserving the Meyers

{081} Preserving the Meyers, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. I came home from DC to a bumper crop of Meyer lemons from our friend Carl’s tree. I spent a fair amount of time the next night preserving as many … Continue reading

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{080} Italia

{080} Italia, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. My final lunch before leaving DC was at Potenza with my friend Kevin. It was delicious, and the waitstaff was ever-so-adorable in their Italia shirts.

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{079} Left behind

{079} Left behind, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. When you’re sharing a bathroom with a couple of little boys, it should not come as a surprise that Batman is hanging out sink-side.

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{078} Vivion, John & Chris

  {078} Vivion, John & Chris, originally uploaded by The Inadvertent Gardener. Among the things I realized when I was planning my trip to DC was that Juniper Lane, one of my favorite bands from back in the day when … Continue reading

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