car·riage re·turn

n. the lever or mechanism on a typewriter that would cause the cylinder on which the paper was held (the carriage) to return to the left margin of the page


Goodbye,Dome Sweet Dome

She may not look like much,but she‘s got had it where it counts,kid.

A Face for Mount Rushmore

08 September 2003 The Last Portrait of Johnny Cash from Country Music:The Masters,a collection of photos by Marty Stuart


Not unlike McArthur,I have returned. After a searing two-week campaign in the Mojave it is good to be back to the (relative) comfort of northern San Diego County.

I have a big post brewing for this holiday weekend –federal government employees still observe Columbus Day –but I’ve not Read on…

Photopost:Grams was right.

Grams,my paternal grandmother,loved San Diego.  When I was growing up,every so often she’d head out there on a vacation or to a food service convention,and when she would come home I always knew she had a blast.

Part of the attraction for her was nostalgia,I think.  She left Read on…