I’D RATHER BE IN HOBBITON, BUT I’D SETTLE FOR SAN DIEGO

I'D RATHER BE ANYWHERE IT DOES NOT SNOW I LOVE THE SOUND OF SNOW PLOWS We finished watching the third 4-1/2 hour piece of "The Lord of the Rings," extended version last night. Given the weather, I pointed out that we could be trying to climb Caradhras, but Sauron was totally against it and we never … Continue reading I’D RATHER BE IN HOBBITON, BUT I’D SETTLE FOR SAN DIEGO

WILD HORSE PASS: THE SHOWDOWN – GARRY ARMSTRONG

Story by Garry Armstrong Pictures by Garry & Marilyn Armstrong THE STORY OF THE POSSE FROM HELL - Garry's Tale More than a week in Arizona and we couldn't lose them. We couldn't see them. The big country that protected us shielded them, too. It was the posse from Hell! We kept to the high country, hoping … Continue reading WILD HORSE PASS: THE SHOWDOWN – GARRY ARMSTRONG

TOWN AND COUNTRY – PHOTOS BY GARRY & MARILYN ARMSTRONG

A LOOK AT THE BLACKSTONE VALLEY We don't get lots of visitors here, probably because we aren't a major city and we aren't -- any longer -- a place for tourists. But oddly enough, this was a tourist area not all that long ago. At some point, it was too close to Boston and became … Continue reading TOWN AND COUNTRY – PHOTOS BY GARRY & MARILYN ARMSTRONG

VARIATIONS ON WIRES IN COOPERSTOWN

WordPress Weekly Photographic Challenge: Variations on a Theme of Wires in Cooperstown While other people try to erase wires, I'm fascinated by them. The connectors between towns, between data. Voice and pictures and sound and ideas all race along those wires. When the wires arrived, it defines when this country become one country. It was … Continue reading VARIATIONS ON WIRES IN COOPERSTOWN