Housing for the Miners
Old Mine Head
Stove Inside of Doorway
Former Bank Vault
In January 2013, we visited Tucson Arizona. On our final day, we headed out to try to find Ruby, AZ, a ghost town we’d seen references to on the radio. It was a true adventure as we had a vague idea of its location on the Mexican border. Stopping in to ask here and there, we finally made the drive across 6 miles of passable dirt roads through cattle country to this former mining town. A caretaker collected a small fee, had us sign releases, and warned us about rattlesnakes. It was pretty cool to explore the crumbling buildings and drop a penny down the mineshaft. It was one of our better adventures.
Surreal is walking along the waterfront in San Dieego and spotting Captain America.
….put on your red shoes and dance the blues
Did this tram really pass or did I just dream it?
A member of the West African Highlife Band at the Lowell Folk Festival last summer.
Lights and Sushi
Bench with Passing Tram
Old Town Guitars
Old Town Flower Pots
Gas Lamp District Mural
Sweeping Old Town
I’ve posted several set of photos of the architecture and sites of San Diego. This gallery is the last set. The photos are not from a single place but represent the small details that I found in those places. Often it is the small things that give a place character.
Hiking on the Skaftafell Glacier felt a bit like walking on the moon but with some well applied crampons, no legs were broken.
I am feeling contrary today and will show the OPPOSITE of “release”. This was taken along the waterfront in San Diego.
We were not sure if the London Eye would be a good time or not, but we thought it was pretty fun.
This is the fad today in NH. We’ve had two feet of snow in the last week with rain on the way. It is time to get some weight off of the roof.