Cool coffee place, Ryan. And you found the perfect corner to park your typer and type.
love that table. Very cool... You're the resident typer by the looks of it.
niiice. Are they open sundays?
Nice Silent Super, BTW. (:
Dude! Maybe we could do the type-in on the 30th there! Do you think they'd be amenable to it? I mean, what's more analog than that? Plus if we could let someone know about it, it would be pretty good advertisin' for them.
Isn't that a silent?*Runs to own blog to look at pretty pictures of a Silent-Super*The SCSS seems to have a 1 key...But yours is still very pretty. And I bet it works a lot better than mine, therefore, I am jealous.Awesome looking place, as well.
Seems like most people wanted to have the type-in at a parking friendly spot. Being in the densest neighborhood in Washington state the parking isn't that great around here.
I remember that from your letter.Looks like a nice place...if you like coffee. And if you don't, too. :)
Here's the plan: we meet at s. lk union park and walk to Analog, with one car used to ferry the typewriters so we aren't schlepping them.
Peter, on a scale of 1 to 10, I'd rate that walk's enjoyability a 3.
Well I have to defer to you guys, 'cause A) I don't know much about the area and B) I'm just getting dropped off, so's I don't have to worry about no parkin'.
Looks like a neat place. Although I like that Inner Chapters is a bookstore, Analog seems a bit more inviting as far as space goes. The parking might be a deterant for a type-in but we could give it a try anyway.
I'm hoping to come and visit Analog soon.
Wow, that coffee shop looks nice. In my small swiss town, there aren't such great ideas. Sadly.
The stark, minimal look of this place reminds me of the 1967 movie "Playtime", directed and starring Jacques Tati -- about modern, industrial Paris. I'm watching it right now. Very similar color, context and feel to your pictures.