Saturday, May 31, 2008

Greetings from Alberta Canada

Or, glad to enjoy the visit of the Canada Tourist Bureau...LOL

Pictures by Zedda, Paris France 5.23.08

Great Waves; Great People!

It’s been a fantaxtic week for the ‘Scoot’!
Keep meeting wonderful people from everywhere in the Square, all ages and types and faces....

Greetings go to Yuliana and Xavier from FanagleABagel (where the Scoot always gets a great refreshment of drink and bagel and chips...”You guyz are my ‘Spa’, like the Ski-Lodge at the top of a mountain,...LOL!”

To Dave and wishing Helen a good recovery. They offer great local produce at the Market on Tuesdays and Fridays.

To Terry, loved talkin and seeing your scooter.

To Jacqueline, I hope I explained enough about why the Scoot....whazzup...I know you understand now...

And, from last week, great thanks, Merci beaucoup a Zedda, and the Zedda News crew who were here in Boston from Paris, France. These pictures are great!

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Windjammer Overture

Exceptional Weather, WindJammer!

The winds have been perfect for the ‘WindJammer’. As the bright sunlight passes between the fast-floating patches of white between the towers, he races through the corners and over the curbs. “Thumbs Up!” are quickly caught in car windows passing. Smiles and laughter are in the streets! LOL! “He’s doin’ his Thing! This is the way!”

Greetings to Chris, on his skates.... to Scott from California! to his family and their joy in wind-sports too! to ‘Scoffel’ the itinerant musician-bear looking for a corner-gig!

Oh, and ‘Hi!’ to Dave and Lira (sp?) from South Carolina who laughed to see Scooterdude and his wacky sail. Pictures were taken and we was all hand-a-shaken! LOL

Even a police-cruiser stopped with blinking lights, not to stop WindJammer-Scooterman, but to assist and escort him down the street! Thanks! Its so much appreciated, the help and assistance and understanding of the Boston Police as WindJammer tests his vehicle and wind-power innovation. Boston persistently proves a sense of the creative imagination and the tradition of innovation and free-spirit!

Yellow-buses,...schools of the kids passed by, stopped and little eyes from the windows spied this crazy guy with a sail on his scooter, and you’ll never guess what he did next,.....”He put it up and balanced it on his chin! What a crazy cool cat!”

Faces of smiles, lots, suddenly appeared pressed against the windows. The light turned green again and off they went laughing and cheering!

“Off, WindJammer! I say!” and it’s another gust down this way and that!

Sunday, May 11, 2008

Another Cameo Appearance "Happy 80th Fred & Fran"

Tradition of Dissent in Boston continues

A Lively Action in the Square - Smiling Faces

Beautiful again, with sunshine and lots of smiling faces! I mean LOTS OF SMILING FACES!

No, I mean LOTS OF SMILING FACES as in Guy Fawkes masks LOL!
Scooterdude in his residence-stage in front of Trinity Church is always caught up in some kind of lively activity of one kind or another. If it's not the Market, it's the Tuesday vigil against the War in Iraq. If not another demonstration, it might be Critical Mass. This time it was the action-event by Anonymous. Great music and the spirit of freedom and dissent. One couple asked me about it. All I could say is read their material, go on-line, and that this was certainly the tradition of dissent in Boston expressed again.

When it quieted down, Scooterdude was left again to be whisked away on the currents of wind, to drift according to the more meteorological winds of change.