This Week in Milford

December 25, 2015

metapost: Hangin’ with Mr. Bakst

Filed under: Gil Thorp, metapost — teenchy @ 10:28 am

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Due to a potent cocktail of travel delays and nagging ailments, yhs was off the grid from late Wednesday to late yesterday, when I snapped the above photograph. If the palmetto trees aren’t an immediate hint, I’m in Charleston, SC, where Mr. Bakst and I are tipping back some Christmas morning cocktails on the piazza.

My thanks to Tim for covering for me yesterday. I’ll not post the annual Thorpmas post but leave that to Rob, and will be back tomorrow. Merry Christmas, y’all!

4 Comments »

  1. I notice that Mr Bakst, while cited, is not pictured, thus the tradition continues. It is better this way.

    Comment by vaganova — December 25, 2015 @ 10:50 am

  2. The. Thorp kids continue to be MIA also.

    Comment by Bobby Joe — December 25, 2015 @ 12:39 pm

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