Catching up on a few recent photos. 4/5 – Spring is finally showing signs.
We had a slight quality control problem with the Plane Crackers. Thankfully the rest of the flight went better.
October 14 – the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. More later.
October 13 – My little world traveller. On one of our flights, the complimentary peanuts came with this warning: Produced in a facility that processes peanuts and other nuts. I think that’s kind of the point.
August 14 – Along the New England Southern north of Concord, NH. August 15 – the American dream. Five bicycles, a canoe, and a Jeep.
A wide state road crosses rolling countryside in the pre-dawn darkness. I roll along at the speed limit, following a dim set of tail lights on the horizon ahead. I have a date with a sunrise. Houses emerge from the darkness and flash past; red brick farms with large white porches, small modulars and trailerContinue reading “Five roads – P365 for January 17, 2010”
So I’m in York, PA for the Cabin Fever Expo. I met a local group down here for the chance to run our steam trains in the middle of the winter. Unfortunately, I spent most of the day running trains or shopping, so I don’t have many good photos. I would like to send aContinue reading “Cabin Fever – P365 for January 16, 2010”
I drove today. Not simply place the shifter in ‘D’, set the cruise control, and point the wheel toward Point B, but I actually drove. Real two-hands-on-the-wheel, row-the-gears driving. I have a new GPS. The old one had a voice which sounded like Sir Alec Guinness, so it had earned the nickname Obi-Wan. I stillContinue reading “Thank you, John Cleese (P365 for January 15)”
“Oh crap!” I stomp hard on the brakes as traffic suddenly halts, feeling the ABS grind beneath my foot as 3 tons of towed RV pushes hard against the Suburban. The RV tires chirp but don’t lock up, and I manage to stop without any smoke or action-movie special effects. I also manage to notContinue reading “Chevy”
Stayed here for a couple nights away for our anniversary. We hiked down Canon Mtn via the Kinsman Ridge trail and got really beat up. The trail was in horrid shape; I don’t know if it’s from the recent bad weather or just hard use. I guess there’s a reason they recommend you hike UPContinue reading “Inn at Ellis River”