May 29, 2015 @ 3:04 AM
Through Wyoming and Montana to Glacier National Park, where I spent a few days relaxing from the nearly non-stop driving I had been doing since I left home.
Devil's Tower, Wyoming, in the rain.
On the road to Glacier National Park
On Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park
Sunset at Glacier National Park
May 26, 2015 @ 3:25 AM
Chunked tire in Fort Pierre, South Dakota
Back in Sioux City, Iowa, I noticed that one tire was losing air. I had that patched. When I got to Fort Pierre, South Dakota, I noticed that another one was low. As I entered town, there was a tire shop right in front of me. I stoppped. They took the tire off and there it was, the chunk that you can sort of see in the box below. This entailed buying a new tire, as nearly compatible with the others as possible. The guys were great!
The Yellow Mounds in the Badlands
My first ever live bighorn sheep, just looking at me. What's that collar?
Marker, Belle Fourche, South Dakota
The Geographic Center of the Conterminous United States is near Lebanon, Kansas. then .........
May 24, 2015 @ 3:49 AM
These are just a few things I have seen so far. More soon.
Grant Wood's American Gothic House in Eldon, Iowa
Vermeer Windmill in Pella, Iowa, where they are very proud of their Dutch heritage. This is one of many.
Sinclair gas stations and their dinosaur are everywhere west of the Mississippi River.
The Missouri River in Fort Pierre, South Dakota.
May 18, 2015 @ 3:10 AM
Starting June 1st, I will be at the John Day Fossil Beds National Monument in Oregon. They granted me an art residency for that entire month. How cool is that, eh? I will be posting regularly on my website's blog, so if you are interested in seeing where I will be (as well as the travels there and back and all around) and what I will be doing, you are more than welcome to subscribe for those posts. I won't be posting every day; for one thing, I won't have internet all the time.
I am leaving for Oregon today, Monday, May 18th, and hope to be posting interesting things along the way. As always, let me know what you think!
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May 4, 2015 @ 6:57 AM
In the Garden. 2009. Fiber collage. 7 inches by 7 inches.