For what is it to die but to stand naked in the wind and to melt into the sun? And when the earth shall claim your limbs, then shall you truly dance.
—Kahlil Gibran (via quotesandnonsense)
Mobile Garden on CTA Train (by MrBrownThumb)
“Kern’s Cycle Shop, Interior View, Anaheim. Interior view of Kern’s Cycle Shop, located at 122 West Center Street (?) (later Lincoln Ave.), W.L. Kern manager; image shows Bud Sackett standing in front of counter and an unidentified man standing behind counter; a row of bicycles is visible at far left; bicycle parts, tires, boxes of accessories and variosu sporting goods are visible in display cases and shelving on the right; rack of shotguns visible at far right; a stuffed iguana and bob cat, next to a Winchester Shotgun display are visible on top of shelving at far right; overhead lights hang from ceiling; posters for Spalding baseballs and the “Fifth International Orange Festival” visible in background.”
(Anaheim Public Library, P756.)