Saturday, April 11, 2009

"bonafide hustler, makin' my name..."



closing a few loose threads on my laptop...

when we were in Oregon, we made a trip to Multnomah Falls.
It was a slice of pure nature, pine trees and river wild.




still testing out my little video camera but I took a couple of movies to remember the climb and the force of the falls.



you can see out over the Oregon coast in this one...



the food in Portland is always stellar.
we ate at PorQue No, and everyone called Drew TINA because of his tour swag jacket.



dim sum with the Nicola trio:



Nancye & William were on a food allergy tester diet, ruling out most everything, so we didn't dine out with them.
and MOXIE RX was still closed for the season. Next visit!

this week, we went to the new location of CAA, where even the pencils are at attention:



after, we stopped by The Palm and the first person on the wall my eyes rested upon?
Warren Beatty....



i do believe he is my lucky star.
more on this later....





this week, I picked up Mark at LAX, he came home for a visit from the AC/DC world tour.



I will never forget hearing "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap" for the first time,
and falling in complete love with Bon Scott. I am sure Brian is a great guy, but...hmmmph. RIP Bon.

Thursday night, we had sushi with my brother, Chris, who was in town giving a lecture at CalTech. Yes, him smart.
The University put him up in these fancy digs, as it turns out that is where they shot a scene from BEVERLY HILLS COP--
the "twist o' lemon" scene....



Last night, we went to my old friend Brian's for a re-screening of that 80's gem APARTMENT ZERO...

tomorrow, it's Easter. I took this a million years ago on slide film, and like I said earlier, I miss Kodachrome..



meanwhile, over at NEVERWEAR
there is a new contest up...go have a looksee.

Happy Easter, you bunnies.

14 comments:

Dragonsally said...

That gorge and waterfall is like something out of Lord Of The Rings...beyond stunning.

One of the first bands I ever saw live was AC/DC at our small town city hall, in 1974. Fods they were incredible, especially being in such a small venue (especially to a 13 year old country chick - big WOW factor)

vampi said...

i shall not make a comment about how i was -2 in 1974...oops, lol. really i'm jealous, i didn't get to go to concerts on my own until i snuck out to see cinderella and nelson when i was in highschool. i just wish it was something less embarassing.

acdc has been on my list of want to see for a while.

waterfalls are just amazing.

FabulousLorraine said...

I love you photos, MissKitty!!!!! They make me happy. I think the Easter Eggs have to be my favorite this time tho.

I want to cover ACDC. Perfect for the Irish Pubs, I am thinking...

spacedlaw said...

Have a great Easter, Kitty. I love your pencil shot ant the water fall. And the eggs.

Margaret said...

Nice videos of Mutnomah Falls. oregon is my favorite state (of being)

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to hear why Warren Beatty is your lucky star......

Ticia said...

Gorgeous photos as usual. Can I use the bridge shot as my wallpaper? I love the Easter Eggs shot too, but waterfalls are my special rejuvenation source. Something about the sheer power and energy flowing across my skin and through my soul.

Kitty Cat said...

D-Sal, then you saw the original Ac/Dc with Bon Scott...which to me is the real deal...I saw them too ages ago, they were opening up for ?? someone..Ted Nugent?? haha the good ol' days!

and Ticia, use away, every photo we took up there was like a picture postcard...

Vampi! Nelson??! hahahahahAHAHAHA

everyone meet Margaret, she is a newly formed blogger and my "mother in law"! she is following Quiche's blog...

Q, you should cover Dirty DEeds! i will send you an MP3.

and Mr. Beatty shall be revealed, in good time..
let's not jinx things...

Yoga Gal said...

Your waterfall photos gave me a Jones to go pack-packing! I often hike near Cal-Tech actually behind J.P.L. there are great hiking paths there, but you have to look out for wild Bobcats. Still, great stuff! Happy Easter Ms. Cat!

Dragonsally said...

Yes Kitty, it was BON, he and Angus were just so full of energy

Anonymous said...

What a wonderfully smart seester to post such beautiful water music with scenic films. I loved seeing the guys, too. You are the peep in the egg, lil seester. Hi, Margaret!

Dan Guy said...

Oh my gosh, Quiche covering "Dirty Deeds" would be the best.

EmilyLady said...

Thanks for the videos. So lovely. Happy Easter (I'm a little late, I know).

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