Pictures recovered with help from Matthew Randolph.
Thanks to Mary Q. Smith for caption help on this page.
Macarooned in Realtime
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Laura Kate Barrett and Allison Lonsdale blowing bobbles. Lynn Baden, background right.
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Laura Kate Barrett blowing bobbles, Russell Hedges at ease in the corner chair.
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Kim Bergdahl squashing a balloon.
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0358-07 high-res image, 0358-08 (lost: cdr8e38.jpg).
Darrel L. Exline, before and after being bombarded with bubbles.
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Darrel L. Exline, Mary Q. Smith in viking helmet, and Marc Biagi pointing.
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Marc Biagi at left blowing bubbles, flamingo on the headboard, Keith Thompson (the Viking Sheep Ventricle), Colleen Crosby, Shawn Crosby at right.
They headed into a deep and narrow ravine, an apparent cul-de-sac. Wili looked ahead and saw -- three figures coming toward them out of a brightly lit tunnel! He bolted up the side of the ravine, but Jeremy grabbed his jacket and pointed silently toward the strange figures: Now one of them was holding another and pointing. Reflections. That's what he was seeing. Down there at the back of the ravine, a giant curved mirror showed Jeremy and Naismith and himself silhouetted against the evening sky. (p 67)
He paused and reached out to touch the silvery surface -- then snatched his hand back in shock. Even in the cool evening air, the mirror was warm as blood. He peered closer, saw the dark image of his head swell before him. There was not a nick, not a scratch in that surface. Up close, it was as perfect as Vandenberg appeared from a distance, as transcendentally perfect as mathematics itself. (p 67)
"Eat Vandenberg Bananas. They Can't Be Beat." The banner was painted in yellow on a purple background. The letters were shaped as though built out of little bananas. Allison said it was the most asinine thing she had ever seen. Below the slogan, smaller letters spelled, "Andrews Farms, Santa Maria." (p 227)