Another stop on Route 66

After many delays and missed opportunities, I was finally able to make a stop at the midway point on Route 66 in Adrian, Texas. I’ve only seen it from interstate 40 and in photos other people have shot. I wasn’t disappointed at all. Unfortunately, the cafe was closed, so lunch at the Midpoint was out …

Road Trippin’ on Route 66

Route 66. Those words conjure up something magical, something mysterious, something nostalgic. it’s The Mother Road. People come from all over the world to make the journey. It’s almost as if it’s a pilgrimage. Even though it was decommissioned back in the 1980s, it’s one road…one piece of history that refuses to die. The spirit …

Road Trip season: Get Lost!

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You read that right….get lost!  There aren’t very many things more annoying on a road trip than sticking to a schedule or itinerary. Let’s face it: they both suck. Sure, putting together a rough sketch of the trip is a good start, but getting lost is half the fun. Making a right turn at Albuquerque …

Road Trip season: The basics

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As promised, here we go with the Road Trip season basics. Some of you may already have these items, others may not…and yet there are probably others that had more than a few brainfarts. Some of these are android and/or iPhone apps. These actually come in real handy. Weather app(s):  One of my favorites is …

Road trip season (the pre-trip rant)

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Howdy, everyone!    As some of you may have noticed, my blog posts seem to be a bit sporadic. Well…it happens, when I’m on the road a lot.  However, things will be changing soon, and posts may be a bit more on a regular basis. On that note, it’s nearly road trip season!   Yes, the open …

Ghost towns, petroglyphs, and more

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Here’s a really cool site with info, photos, and maps for a huge number of ghost towns, abandoned places, petroglyphs, and other interesting places. Definitely worth checking out, and planning a road trip…especially for photographers. I’m hoping to be able to hit some of those locations next year….when it’s warm! Check it out here: …

New photos just added

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Howdy everyone….I just added some photos of the Stokely Event Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Not quite on Route 66, but not far away.  This place features all original neon signs from days gone by.  It should be a museum, but they rent the place for private parties.  However….I’m sure of you’re in the area…and they …

New photos added to the slide show

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I just added about a dozen new photos to the slide show on here, just working on getting a gallery page set up. I’ll admit, I’m still trying to figure out how the widget works…as soon as I stop having brainfarts, I’ll make sure it’s posted.  

New photo gallery in the works

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Howdy everyone!  At this time I’m finally able to start putting the new online photo gallery together. It’s going to take a while, because I have so many photos to go thru, and sort out. There is now a slideshow on the sidebar, which will give you an idea what will be online. Stay tuned…I’ll …

It’s finally here….

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After many delays (mostly due to my other  job), I finally managed to get a new home set up for my photography work. Please bear with me while everything is being put together. This will be an ever-evolving work, which will also include some personal reviews of hotels, motels, and restaurants I encounter out on …