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36 Pages Indexed on this Website

I took a peek over at the Google Search Console (aka webmaster tools), and only 36 pages of this website are indexed.

I’m about to lose it.

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French Style Potato Masher

Source: Antique French Style Potato Masher Dot Pattern Mask Collectible Craft

Has a varied dot pattern, and four wires from the handle, which is reminiscent of French potato mashers. Also, the surface of the masher is convex, which is like French mashers.

There’s a whole “potato masher” decoration thing happening. I do not understand this. Is is because we’re all forced into low-carb diets? Is it because we’re all using boxed potato flakes? Is there a new potato mashing machine that I don’t know?

Levis 501s, Made In The USA

Source: Levis 501 Naturally Distressed Classic Jeans 36 29 Dmgd Hem Made In USA

Levis 501, blue button fly. Made in the USA, probably late 1990s. Inseam is the actual inseam. Levis measurements are based on the unwashed length. They were in my family. Waist: 36 to 37.

I may have worn these. I’m not sure.  They’re different from current Levi’s. They’re thicker and last longer.

US 395 Route Guidebook

A booklet of history and stopping points along 395. I got this from a small museum called the Eastern California Museum, in Independence.

Being from a big city, I didn’t know about small museums. There are dozens all over the place in rural areas, and also in some cities. (There is one in El Monte.) They’re a pretty short visit, because they aren’t that large, but still worth visiting. You just need lower expectations; you can’t go in expecting to spend all day at the place.  It’ll be an hour or two, depending on how interested you are in the collection.

Source: US 395 Route Guidebook, Central Valley, East California, Manzanar