“Memorial Day…and Tropical Storm Beryl…”

The Maintenance Light in our car had been on for a while now, and I had been neglecting to take it in for its required service. With our upcoming trip just days away I was fortunate that Andy’s garage was open on Memorial Day and he was able to take our car first thing in the morning. After dropping the car off I walked over to the Arts Center’s Darkroom to pass on some info about making Rya-O-Grams and Cyanotypes to a couple who were going to help out with the Center’s summer youth program. By the time I was finished with that, the car was ready. Andy was across the street helping some tourists who seemed to be having difficulties with their pickup carrying bicycles, people, and pulling a boat. How Andy keeps his cool among all the different demands put on him by bunches of needy drivers at one time I can never figure out. Anyhow, our car was ready and I was able to drive home, not having to worry about the rain clouds gathering over us.

About christian harkness

Photographer and printmaker; living and working in north Florida.
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