Powerwashed Cedar Fence

View this post on Insta­gram Pow­er washed the cedar fence for the first time in 12 years. A post shared by Jason Cole­man (@super_structure) on May 23, 2020 at 4:56pm PDT

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I.M. Pei

The glass pyra­mid at the Lou­vre, designed by I.M. Pei. Usu­al­ly referred to as the “con­tro­ver­sial” pyra­mid. I was in awe, if you can’t tell by this photo.

Four­teen years ago, when Angela and I vis­it­ed Paris, I took this pho­to inside the Lou­vre pyra­mid. I post­ed it to Flickr with the attached cap­tion. Pei passed away yes­ter­day at the age of 102 after hav­ing for­ev­er changed archi­tec­ture around the world.

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Bike Riding

It seems like a small thing, but of all the things I’m most proud of this year, it’s get­ting both kids rid­ing bikes (with­out train­ing wheels, etc.). For Father’s Day this year, we went on an hour-long ride on one of the green­ways in Brent­wood, TN.

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D&D Encounters — Week 1

D&D Encounters
The pur­ple-ish mini at the end of the bridge is my tei­fling ardent.

Play­ing the first encounter of the under­moun­tain adventure. 

Whiskerino — Day 90

Whiskerino - Day 90
Whiskeri­no — Day 90 (Clame­bute) - That’s Icewind Dale direct­ly North of my right shoul­der for you Driz­zt fans out there

This is my pho­to trib­ute to a pic­ture by Trey tak­en on Day 20 of Whiskeri­no. And if that map looks famil­iar to you (or, per­haps, not all if you’re not a D&D fan), that’s because:

Battle at the Lighthouse

Battle at the Lighthouse
The mini almost between the two columns is my char­ac­ter: a tei­fling Warlord

I played D&D at Mike’s place on Sun­day evening. We play-test­ed a new LFR adven­ture before its release lat­er this year. The areas above rep­re­sent the bot­tom and top floor of a light­house the par­ty was storm­ing to take back from an evil skull lord. What’s a Sun­day after­noon with­out pre­tend­ing to defeat pre­tend evil?