Road trip 2021 is underway, Here’s an update from the Grand Tetons. 🙂 🙂 🙂
Travel allows us to puncture our self-centered bubble, to embrace the unknown, to encounter new possibilities, to enlarge our vision and recalibrate our goals. Beyond mere sightseeing, however, lurks a … Continue reading What’s It All About?
Accidentally deleted footage was recovered enough to compile this short video of Mt. Shasta – an encounter with, said John Muir, could turn “blood into wine.” 🙂 🙂 🙂
Slow and meditative. Not for ADDs or RLSs. NOTE: Visual art is meant to be viewed LARGE, never on a small device. Google police know when you been bad! 🙂 … Continue reading Far From the Maddening Crowd
For those who during these stay-at-home times might like to tag along vicariously, here’s my latest travel video. (2:14) NOTE: Visual art is always meant to be seen LARGE, … Continue reading Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door
It is not unusual to see warnings about rattlesnakes and scorpions in the West/Southwest. Disconcerting, yes – especially when walking your dog in a rest stop – but common enough. … Continue reading Travel Alert!
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Florida skies welcomed us back from a 6-week road trip with a spectacular early morning display out at Ft. DeSoto Park. Photo sites visited include: Blue Ridge Mountains, NC Badlands, … Continue reading Home Again
Somewhere on a blue highway in New Mexico I stopped and wandered through this beautiful junkyard. The gate was open and no one was around – how could I refuse … Continue reading Pic du Jour #28: “Junkyard Dog”
This shaggy junkyard dog I encountered somewhere in Colorado turned out to be quite a cream puff. Fitting, perhaps, for the broken down ‘flower power’ bugs he’s ‘guarding’. 🙂 🙂 … Continue reading Pic du Jour #1: “More Bark, Less Bite”
Humboldt County, CA 🙂 🙂 🙂
Many of you probably know that for summer fun I have staked my claim in Livingston, Montana. Recently I set off to find an Autumn location – and serendipitously stumbled … Continue reading Rocky Mountain High