Grounded

Posted by on May 19, 2015 in The West | One Comment
Grounded

Once they were war birds, then aerial firefighters and now they are not fit to fly. We had crossed into Wyoming and stopped for lunch – these were on the other side of a highway rest area near Greybull. The two with consecutive numbers, 126 & 127, are the same aircraft, called PB4Y-2 Privateers. Developed […]

Fur Sale

Posted by on May 16, 2015 in The West | 5 Comments
Fur Sale

To some this may be an off-putting scene but for much of early America’s history, these furs are a prime reason why America became settled. Fur represented warm clothing and survival; everyday wear and even high fashion. The lowly cowhides were used in everyday living (as they are today). They were sought after and merchants and […]

On/Off

Posted by on May 15, 2015 in Friday Art Project | 9 Comments
On/Off

Sign Language

Posted by on May 13, 2015 in The West | One Comment
Sign Language

Livingston is a much cooler town than this image of its main street. It sits not far from the northern entrance to Yellowstone National Park and as some of the old buildings suggest, it has an architectural heritage that the locals have held on to. It’s hard to know if some of the signs are […]