This week’s photo comes from a drone that was following an East River dinosaur, which became fascinated by Elisha’s head, an animated head atop a rock near East River Municipal Airport.
Drivers of SL, the non-profit drivign club that was dubbed “Coolest Kats,” by Motor Sound Magazine, has arranged a camping event this weekend. Easy to drive in with a few spots left for community camping, the event has consumed hundreds of hot dog and hamburger buns, and participants assure visitors, there are always some left.
“Not sure about the meat, but yeah, always some more buns.”
The event has drawn in a good group of people, and some notable celebrities such as Crim. “We’re a generous group,” said one attendee, “and love a good time.”
The Picture of the Week came to us in a nondescript paper envelope, and shows a solitary Claw pilot wandering a red light district in what appears to be Vila Mimosa (link). No other info was included.
The WBA has been discretely meeting with staff at Feral Marine on Feral Marine’s pleasure cruiser, and speculation about the topic has all the customers at Pippen Hot coffee talking.
“It’s gotta be a conspiracy to take over Pippen,” said one over-caffeinated patron.
“I heard,” whispered another, “that the WBA is really just the WIA and that it’s all part of the Illuminotti.”
The barista tisked. “The Illuminotti is our special biscotti made of candied nuts.”
“I think you’re all nuts,” said the Waterbank News intern. “Just walk over there and ask them what they’re doing.”
This week’s picture comes from the waitstaff at a hot new Dutch Harbor bistro (link). Staff start before dawn, because “sailors always rise early.”
As Waterbank News reporters lay fallow to the summer heat, taking Kousara’s Charters to the new Belisseria (link: Bellisseria Fairgrounds (135,145,21)) or other festive destinations, they have been letting Kousara give them all the juicy news.
“You can never accuse our reporters of working too hard,” said the acting Editor in Chief, the intern.
According to them there are new vehicles at Prototype (the Lusch Motors Ajax and the Zamani Stylo), a new boat from Cat & Cry, McKeenan’s MA220 at White Star Airport (Grunion (171,68,22)), and Shana Carpool’s new Beechcraft 1900D.
Kagurazaka ChouxCream Kirino smirked as one of our reporters also asked about the new Regent HQ Roadside (another one of Kousara’s holdings, GTFO World HQ Royier (34,158,21). “It’s a major GTFO hub, I’ll send you a press release. I suppose you want me to peel those pistachios too.”
Dutch Harbor has topped the WBA destinations list for the third week running after recent renovations has made the already popular destination irresistible.
“There’s a new bistro overlooking the bay, nightclubs, and smoky jazz spots,” said Sketch Sun, “and a romantic promenade overlooking some of the finest boats in the world. It’s a sailor’s dream come true. There’s so much to see and do, there ought to be a hotel for people.”
Other people polled at Dutch Harbor felt the same way. “It’s like Disneyland if Jacque Cousteau designed it,” said one person admiring the sleek new Bandit 55.
Dutch Harbor is accessible by sea, link at right, or all finer travel agencies.
Club Shinjuku in Prototype has won another prize, this time an unexpected one.
“The World’s Best Place to Neck Prize is highly coveted,” said the originator of the prize, an eclectic millionaire philanthropist. “It’s only given once in three years.” Asked why the prize was seldom given, the philanthropist replied “it’s about the time an early romance ends and another begins.”
The options for people looking for combat are better than ever, and in addition to the modern battlefield in Buckland (link), the Tulagi combat region is getting a refresh.
Astral-Tek and partner builders are working overtime to create a more engaging environment and AT has added eight more vessels for WW2 era sea combat. The vessels include cruisers, a repair ship, and battleships. The rate of production at the Tulagi shipyards are worth a visit (link to docks and vendor).