Took a road-trip this week to White Rock Mountain in Arkansas. Too early for leaves on trees, but you can see a bit more. That good-looking son-of-a-gun is my brother Alan, long time resident of NW AR.
For Freedoms is hosting ‘Truth be Told’, a series of three billboards by Fake Name along Highway 54 in MO, between Eldon and Bagnall. If you get a chance to make the drive, you’ll see them going north-bound towards Eldon. This is an organization doing wonderful work wide and deep across the country, please check them out.
The other Manhattan, in Kansas—at Shamrock Farm. Valeri and her Dad Roy gave their four camels their annual Spring brushing and invited Joan and I (and many others) along. These are wonderful animals with personalities as big as a pyramid. Everybody should have one.
This was the scene in front of our house a couple nights ago: Five fire trucks and at least a dozen firemen/women. Thankfully nobody was hurt, and there was no fire. It’s reassuring to see the KCPD leap into action–a fire has no chance on our block!
Added a new image to the “Open” series. This is not in Syria or Afghanistan but Hays, Kansas. Not sure if it was hit by a tornado or a wrecking ball. Maybe both… See the rest of the series HERE.
Tangier is a fantastic sensory overload, but we were ready to get back to Spain already by our second day there. A bit overwhelming for the old travelers.
I can’t put this series to bed. Like looking for sea shells, it triggers an obsessive-compulsive response. See the rest of the “Painted” series HERE.
Our first ever visit to the African continent. And while Tangier is barely scratching the surface of Africa, a lot of cultures meet here at the jumping-off point to Europe. There’s a bunch of these so you might want to freshen your coffee…