Becky wishes the world to know that old age and maturity have also resulted
in an attitude change.
I was showing off to Sharon how I could use a cutout to
alter the shape of a picture. She was not favorably impressed.
Sharon is into candid photography. It only took a half
hour to set up this picture.
Beckie is ducking into the center of the picture as revenge
for having suffered through eleven consecutive years without having finished a sentence
without her brother interrupting it.
Stan is sitting on rocks next to the Presque Isle River in
Porcupine Mountains State Park. Can you see the many empty bottles of Super Glue
with which we nailed him to this position to make him look thoughtful?
This is our dog, Sidney, empathizing with my mother.
She spent years as a high school home economics teacher... and had four sons and no
daughters. He too claims to have led a dog's life.
This is from the side of the ridge road looking north across
Copper Harbor. From a height of several hundred feet, it looks north across Lake
I have an incredible collection of pictures of garbage cans
from state and national parks and forests from the last quarter of the 20th century.
This is the most recent addition, the latest in bear proof technology from the
Michigan State Parks. This one was outside the visitor center at Porcupine Mountains
State Park. Unlike much of my early collection, the wife and kids are now refusing
to pose in front of them.
Oh Joy! The family is back to posing in front of the
latest in garbage can technology. This one was found in Acadia National Park.
notice it resembles the MichiganDepartment of Natural Resources model in its slant, but features a
separate opening for aluminum cans and the enviro-friendly, aesthetically softened wooden