Bob is working on the car. Of course Bob is working on
Bob and Francoise have a two-story house north of New Haven, two kids, a cat, and more leaves that I want to think about. The badminton net sees a lot of use every time I visit.
Here's the (tres bourgeois) neighborhood. No Wonder Wall in sight.
Inside, Francoise and Julia are preparing to transplant a power supply.
While Bob kickstarts his Thumper--similar to what Steve Simpson rode at UCI (except for the color). Bob bought it as a basket case for $40 and coaxed it back to life for not much more than that. A miracle of skill and patience. Took it for a spin around the farm country--it rides quite well.
Nathan has put claymation production aside while painting a large set of War Hammer miniatures. He plans a follow-on to Native Arrow, but in a different genre.
In this house, even the cat is literate.
Bob and Francoise deal pragmatically with the rigors of
non-tenured academic life.
Bob tries to shoot back, but he's not quick enough on the draw.
Francoise's study. This is where undergraduate essays get graded.