You’ve seen the Rocking Horses in the City if you’ve followed me for a few years. I haven’t seen any new rocking horses to add to this repost. I can tell you there’s more discarded furniture than there are rocking horses.
Here’s a Gallery of rocking horses seen around Pittsburgh, from previous blogposts.
The Shuttlecocks in Kansas weren’t immediately embraced“…..four-large-sculpture birdies placed throughout The Nelson-Atkins-Musueum-of-Arts-Green by husband and wife team Claes-Oldenburg and Coose-van-Bruggen.(d. 2009). Each birdie weighs 5500-pounds standing nearly 18-feet-tall.”
My houseguests and I were going to lunch at Max’s Allegheny Tavern which I learned was Rahn Hotel: 1852 .Changed from grocery store to Farmers and Drovers Hotel in 1860. George and Katharine Rahn took over the hotel 1901, renaming it the Hotel Rahn. Current home to Max’s Allegheny Tavern. From the Historic Map and Landmark walking Tour click for more info
We were on Suismon Street, North Side. I’d parked the car. Saw the sign. Peered in the plastic bubble to see if I could get a peek at John, the dog. No luck. Not even a bark. I didn’t know you could get a bubble window for your pet to look out. There are three types recommended here