Thursday, October 25, 2012

Hairnet Roundup 10-25-2012

Welcome to Autumn on the Coast of Illinois. The leaves are changing, pumpkins are popping up on doorsteps and Hairnets are migrating. That's right. It is the beginning of the annual Hairnet Migration. To the best of my knowledge the Nets band together and head down to Rio. It even says so in that song by Duran Duran:

"Hairnets in Rio and they Dance upon the sand
Protecting hairdos all across the dusty land"

A diligent spotter (thanks Jen!) caught these three waiting to board the Red Line Metro to Lambert Field.  Bon Voyage Hairnets! Until Spring!

Good luck with the TSA. At least they don't have any carry-ons.

(I always get the bug to change things up this time of year. As a result, I have changed shifts at work and as expected it is bringing havoc to The Coast. Hope to get back to more routine postings soon. Until then: Keep your Eyes Open. The Hairnets that stick around for winter are of the most hardy variety.)

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