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Posted: Aug 23, 2017 12:19 AM
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I'm the one in goal. White shirt..sometimes I make good saves
Posted: Aug 18, 2017 4:43 AM
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#Repost @nytimes (@get_repost)
#tbt from @nytarchives | In the summer of 1917, before the last of New York City’s horse-drawn trolleys disappeared from its streets, a photographer for @nytimes took this photo of one of the trolleys next to the newfangled thing that had caused its obsolescence: the modern electric car. Horse-drawn cars had been driving on what was known as the Bleecker Street & Fulton Ferry Line — which passed through Greenwich Village — for 53 years before the operators chose to abandon the faltering franchise. The vehicles, a reporter for @nytimes noted, were “dirty old cars” with “faithful horses and husky drivers.” The article went on: “The fact was, nobody would wait for the car, and they wouldn’t ride on it anyway because it was far from clean, comely, or fast, and by walking a short distance in any direction one of the new-fangled cars could be found.” This photo was published in @nytmag a few months after it was taken. By that point, the tracks of the old horse-car line would have been torn up. But as @nytimes wrote in the earlier article: “And the horses — ah! who knows what will becomes of those faithful beasts?” #🐴
Posted: Aug 11, 2017 10:09 PM
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Such truth...need to work on it.
Went kayaking for the first time in La Jolla on Sunday. Unfortunately, no pictures of us kayaking BUT it was fun. Saw a ton of sea lions!