I arrived in London at night (who would have guessed?) and discovered
that it was vastly colder than the southerly regions from whence I had
The cold prevented me from doing much wandering about on my first
night, but on the way to my hotel, I did happen to encounter this
blast from the past. Long live the Commodore 64.
I also discovered this little logo while vainly trying to check my
email from a coin operated Internet terminal. Apparently those cats at
games.com are actually doing some deals. Who knows what other
surprises await me in mother England?
The following day, I got in touch with Heidi and next thing I know,
I'm waving dangling, glowing butterflies in front of a video camera to
create source material for the visuals at an upcoming jungle party.
There were butterflies of many colors.
And they made pretty patterns in the dark.
On Tuesday, I set out in search of record stores and happened across
this fine advertisement. Ray and I had been tossing around ideas
related to vegetarian fast food ever since we hopped off the meat
wagon. Apparently someone on the other side of the pond had similar
I'm a big fan of the London tube system, but I have to wonder why they
needed such a huge sign at this station.