Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Barkday Dindin

His Royal Orangeness Karl Willem and PA/PR Gromit prepared a humble meal of beef and carbs with red wine for The Nashman's boitday nomnomz.

The guests arrive.

The guests enjoying the barkday fare.

The Nashman in his Birthday Suit.

Unfortunately, the Ilford HP+ was underexposed in the Zenit XP and misprocessed in 1+25 Rodinal developer so no high resolution image of The Nashman's well-defined abs.

Monday, 28 March 2011

In praise of the Siesta


His Royal Orangeness Karl Willem and PA/PR Gromit rustled up some basic ingredients for some simple peasantry baking. All lovingly churned by hand with no electronic gadgets.

Et voila. HRO Karl Willem and PA/PR Gromit present what can be achieved with 30 minutes of preparation and 1 hour in a 180C convection oven.

Wet and rustic like they way we like it.

Our banana bread brings all the girls to the yard and it's like, better than yours. Damn right, it's better than yours.

If it were not for cycling....

...The Nashman would be fat.

Saturday, 26 March 2011

The Oxbarrio v. Cantabarangay Kalding Race Part 2: The Race


You could give them a facial.

He got blue balls too.

De goats at the starting line. The Cantabarangay goat looks more aerodynamic.

The middle drag packed with spectators.


The last 50m sprint.

The Oxbarrio Goat trails by a length!

Cantabarangay Goat is #winning.

Oxbarrio v. Cantabarangay Kalding Race 2011

Each year the top goat from the lands of Oxbarrio and Cantabarangay meet in a one on one race to determine who is the fastest goat of them all.

The betting odds. A smart man would bet on the winner.

The seating area for 'guests' (ie not of Oxbarrio or Cantabarangay stock) like Ashley and Rosamunde's Royal Friend from the Sultanate of Culiat.

The start line.

The punters checking out the athletes.

The Cantabarangay competitor is ridden by a veteran jockey.

The Oxbarrio athlete and its jockey listening to some pointers from kalding expert The Nashman.