June 1978 — If there are two experiences from my 1978 Canadian road trip that I wish I could re-live today, they would have to be those from this week’s post. Even though I was very much present for both, I can’t honestly say I fully appreciated how very special they were at the time. I know I’ve said this […]
I’m not sure why a fire extinguisher was floating in Lake Natoma or how it got there; I do know it made me do a double take and go back to make sure I wasn’t hallucinating. I also hope that someone retrieved it and disposed of it properly.
I didn’t spend anywhere near enough time in the town of Upper Lake on my recent trip to Lake County, and I wish I had managed to shoot more pictures. It was my first outing of the day, and I was still undecided exactly where I wanted to go and what to see. But in between making a quick survey […]
On my recent trip to Clear Lake, I finally had the chance to pull over to the side of the road and shoot some California historical monuments and other markers of the sort that I normally miss. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve caught a quick glimpse of a “Site of Historical Interest” sign as we flew past […]
My entry for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week.
I don’t know about you, but where I am both the news and the weather this week have been gloomy and chilly, and I’ve spent a lot of time indoors wondering what happened to the spring-like weather (with temperatures in the high 70s) we had just a few days ago. That is why, to lift our spirits just a bit […]
The theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Week 1: Pick a Topic from This Photo. I chose to focus on bridges.
June 1978 — I originally shared these images in February 2017; that earlier post also includes more details about our first day in Victoria. After only an hour on the Coho, we arrived in Victoria, B.C. At that time it wasn’t necessary for us to carry visas, and we passed through customs in no time at all. I did remark […]