Tag Archives: route 66
Last weekend was the first (hopefully annual) NeonFest in Arcadia, Oklahoma. Several of my roadie friends decided to put on a small festival dedicated to the iconic roadside signage that has lined the Mother Road for decades. People were coming … Continue reading
When people think of Oklahoma, it’s not often their first mental image conjures up a lot of blue. Perhaps the golden tones of the waving wheat, the orange or crimson of our primary college sports teams…or perhaps the emerald tones of … Continue reading
Friday morning, I woke early. 5:00 AM early, in fact. I had a decision to make. Should I drive straight home, or should I map a full day of driving? I had a few locations saved that I could detour to see, … Continue reading
This last week was full of activity. Most of it wasn’t particularly planned, either. It’s amazing the kind of trouble you can get up to when you leave yourself open to new possibilities. Wednesday was a big day. It was … Continue reading
All last week, the local weather stations have been warning Tulsa residents that a potentially crippling ice storm would arrive this weekend. The big question mark revolved around the actual temperature: in every weather model, Tulsa sat RIGHT on the … Continue reading
Although I haven’t been on the road much lately, I’ve been working on a few projects. The one I’m most excited about is a presentation I’m giving a week from today in downtown Tulsa at the newly renovated Central Library! … Continue reading
Enjoy my annual retrospective photography video with commentary! Here’s to a stellar 2017.