Monthly Archives: July 2017

Around the World in 311 Days

I was talking to a friend the other day and realized a great many folks that I know today don’t know about the international trip that kick-started my love of writing and passion for photography.  After another friend shared a … Continue reading

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Three Sisters

As I’ve traveled around the country (and the world) I’ve noticed a few recurring themes.  Some of them are easy to spot, such as cafe wall decor with the same “down home” phrases or t-shirts with the same broken English … Continue reading

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Comanche Territory & Frontier Towns

When I have a road trip planned, it’s easier to wake up early.  Granted, I don’t usually leave at 5:00 AM, but on Sunday that is what I did.  I was attending a quarterly Oklahoma Route 66 Association meeting in … Continue reading

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A Model Ford

I celebrated Independence Day near the banks of the Arkansas River in Tulsa.  My perch was an exterior stairwell on the sixth floor of the Sophian Plaza, about a mile away from the city’s largest nighttime fireworks display.  Lately I’ve … Continue reading

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