Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Welcome Fancy Notions

Correct paella must be cooked in special pan called la paella which brings us to Ballarat, a ghost town in the Death Valley. Seldom Seen Slim was famous for his jackrabbit paella, but being a hermit, no one ever ate it but him. Leave a penny on his marker then venture out into the desert and the Salton Sea to see works by wonderful naif artists. Fancy Notions, newest member of our Algonquin Round Table, has photos.
The Round Table is graced again by Globality's film reviews. One day we must all play croquet at my country house on Santa Catalina island. Perhaps we can set up a sheet in the back yard and project (a real movie projector not a so-called "DVD" player) Myra Breckenridge and Arnold Stang movies.


LadrĂ³n de Basura (a.k.a. Junk Thief) said...

I've already checked out Fancy. Isn't Gallart the town in the desert where Pinky the Cat lives?

Anonymous said...

Croquet AND Myra Breckenridge? I'm there. And I'm truly honored to be a part of the Round Table; thanks, Bryce!

Bryce Digdug said...

I'm sure Pinky does live out in the desert thereabouts. I would loved to live out there in a Bruce Goff-designed house or a renegade shack of corragated metal with Hello Kitty guardians along a cactus path.