Archive for September, 2014
Very cool. The link shows solar panels on the roof for electrical, and there appears to be a wood-burning stove sitting on a piece of slate for heat, but the proximity of the unprotected wood surrounding it looks a bit iffy. Cooking range/oven must have a propane tank hidden somewhere, and it looks like they’ve got a decent sound system for roadtrips – two tweeters, two midrange and one bass. Two important things are missing from the photos, but it looks like they’re combined and adjacent to the rear entry. Somewhere there’s a potable water tank.
Due to the weight of the wood framing and all the accoutrements, this vehicle is too heavy and slow to get much gas mileage, but so what. It’s got good food, good tunes, good looks, and it sure as hell beats this and this. Better than a dorm room.
[Found here. Click for larger images.]
Meet Patches the Horse.
That’s just bizarre, but it kept my attention for more than 15 seconds, so I’m posting the clever mashup featuring Iggy Pop and Peggy Lee. Little Willie John’s “Fever” will never sound the same. So where do we go from here? I’m stumped. Oh wait, I got it. Let’s slow it down a tad with some retroness.
It suits me, so it suits you. The Reverend Horton Heat‘s “Galaxy 500” makes the nut.
Have a great weekend, folks. Be back here tomorrow for more of teh awesome.
Someone’s wound just a tad too tight.
Nobody on that NYC street reacted because stuff like this is normal. Go figure.