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It’s the end of the day, through the end of the train. The old passenger car sitting in the Santa Fe Railyard, reminded me of the day the privately operated passenger service ended on America’s main lines, and the cars and the government took over. Long live the trains.
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The Goût Cafe in Buenos Aires, the best place in town for a piece of pecan pie a la mode! As a gout sufferer, I was shocked to spot this little cafe on my way from the airport to my apartment. I know, I know, there’s a world of difference between gout and goût. Still, I felt the need to go there at least once, as it had caught me off guard after the long, tiring plane ride. It was only two or three blocks from the apartment, but it took me days to find it. Right where Junin runs into Juncal, in Recoleta. When I finally found it, the pie made the search worth while. A real touch of home. Now, I need to go back there for lunch.
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Mariachi / Oil on Panel / 6 x 6 Inches
Sombrero and trumpet, what a clever subject. That bold sombrero turns this 6 x 6 inch oil into a powerful image, bringing back thoughts of salsa and margaritas with good friends.This is an image that will start great visits when your guests arrive and of course the detail and John’s lovely brush work make it a very collectible fine art painting. And bidding starts at only $200.
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Minimum bid is $200.00 USD.
Bidding will close at midnight MST, Thursday August 19, 2010.
This is not a competitive bidding process in which your bid is driven up by others. Please bid what you feel the painting is worth to you.
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Highest bid before midnight Thursday wins, and the winner will be notified on Friday, at which time payment and shipping arrangements will be made.
The winner with the highest bid during the month of August will also receive a free 6 x 9 inch original watercolor.