Archive for June, 2008

On the Road

Sunday, June 22nd, 2008

I love being on the road. When I was a young guy I hitchhiked all over the country. I got to see a lot of the US. Though I don't hitch anymore, I've gotten to see and travel through 49 states; I've never been to Alaska. This trip Barbara and ...

Thunder Mountain

Wednesday, June 11th, 2008

On our first day we stopped at a Native American art site just south of Winnemucca, in a town called Imlay. The site is called Thunder Mountain, and some of the work was reminiscent of the famous outsider art installation, called the Garden of Eden, created by S.P. Dinsmoor. I ...

How Weird

Sunday, June 8th, 2008

A couple of weeks ago on Sunday, May 4, 2008, the How Weird Street Faire was held on a couple of blocks of Howard Street, in San Francisco. A good time was had by all. Barbara and I went there and took a lot of photos, as usual. You can ...

A new era

Friday, June 6th, 2008

In August, 2004, I started my first blog, Fletcher's Folly. I posted almost daily, with a new photograph, and with links to political and social comments of the day. In February of last year I decided to take a break from that daily update. Today is the start of a ...