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Mobile Post: Presidio

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Mobile Post: Tonight's Moon

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Mobile Post: What August in Alice Keck Sould Look Like

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Though, to be honest, I kind of like the cloudy humid stuff too.

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Mobile Post: The View from the Courthouse Tower

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Mobile Post: Soupy Fog in Goleta

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Mobile Post: Smoke and Clouds and Sunset

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Interesting combination of elements tonight. The sun is bright orange.

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Mobile Post: Bitterman's.

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Needed something quick and good while I was downtown to return some shirts. Bittermans is so tucked away that I knew it'd be fiesta & tourist-free. I ordered a toasted turkey sandwich, signed the credit card receipt, and only seconds after sitting down, had my hot sandwich placed in front of me by the exeedingly friendly woman who runs the place. I swear she has a flux-capacitator back there somewhere. It's that uncannily fast. Funny that the Seinfeld episode playing was the one where Jerry, George and Elaine cant get a table to save their lives.

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Mobile Post: Riding Home After the Parade

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Something about this image rings true for me. The street is almost empty. Confetti is being blown around by the wind, and there are some firemen packing up an old hose behind the bank. And then there is this great sound of the horses constant whinnying (they seemed agitated) echoing off the buildings. To me, this, more than anything else, feels like the spirit of fiestas past.

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