URBAN DICTIONARY DEFINITION #13: HIATUS

hiatus Drug-user slang: When several friends are sitting in a circle, passing a pipe, and one user holds the pipe and tells us stories instead of fulfilling his obligation by smoking/passing. HIATUS: Holding It And Telling Us Stories.

We’re back. Hoping to hold you and tell you stories.

It has been awhile. Two years? The blogging platform that shall remain nameless went out of business and left me with numerous folders of Street Trip archives but no blog. Sorry it took me two years to put it back on another platform. Thought I’d wait and see if this WordPress thing was for real.

Here’s what we’ve been up to in the meantime, in a tweet: Took to the #Schuylkill River, that flowing Pennsylvania road trip. Walked to the Wissahickon woods, T4 to T1 on the #Rural-to-Urban Transect. Joined the Project for #Lean Urbanism (Making Small Possible) and the #Fairmount Water Works watershed education team. Had appendix out, followed a woodpecker family, saw #Phillies crash and burn without benefit of Sargisms.

OK, that’s four tweets. Never mind, if I just wanted to tweet, would I have a blog?

So there’s more. Please check in later for an invitation to an environmental art exhibition, and an interesting open-source project to protect our walkable Philadelphia neighborhood from the likes of thissssssssss:

Delmar_2_parkingeverywhere

One thought on “URBAN DICTIONARY DEFINITION #13: HIATUS

  1. Welcome back! We’ve missed you. Sounds like you’ve been busy, all jokes about a high-atus aside. Great photo of urban horror. You’re always good at nailing those. Looking forward to reading more . . .

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