However You Are Traveling

Posted by on Aug 31, 2016 in The West | 3 Comments
However You Are Traveling

Do it safely this Labor Day weekend.

Sunday Morning In Port Townsend

Posted by on Aug 29, 2016 in The West | 4 Comments
Sunday Morning In Port Townsend

On a Monday most of us can’t handle very many words. So here’s a few but lots of pix from just a week ago. Some come by ferry : > ) They come for the water. Salt water! Some come by Morris Minor. This man owns, buys and sells them. He has dozens of others. […]

Approaching The Land Of Milk And Honey

Posted by on Aug 24, 2016 in Foreign Travel | No Comments
Approaching The Land Of Milk And Honey

This wry metalwork of an angler sets the stage for the next segment of our time in Israel: we are entering Caparnaum on the northern arc of the Sea of Galilee. The truest fisherman was one who angled for men. This is thought to be the site where Jesus called Peter and his brother Andrew […]

Along The Way: Jerusalem to Galilee

Posted by on Aug 22, 2016 in The West | 3 Comments
Along The Way: Jerusalem to Galilee

Again, the Bedouin’s are roamers and dry land farmers and move from place to place driven by the needs of their animals and culture. It is a tough life but there is a simplicity about it that’s on par with the Amish. A young sheep and goat herder. He approached us and we gave him the […]