Photos taken over the last 6 years of beekeeping.
We visited Pieter at United States Coast Guard Station Oak Island in Oak Island, North Carolina on Thanksgiving Day. The station is manned by 44 Coast Guardsmen with two 47-foot Motor Lifeboats (MLB). The 47′ MLB is self-righting, carries a crew of four … Continue reading
Can you find the sea level sign in the above photo? I circled it for you. Another salt flat south of Badwater. And a relative of the campground scrounger. And then we left Death Valley.
The Titus Canyon drive is a 26-mile, one-way drive down a gravel road. The last eight miles drop 4,000 feet through Titus Canyon. Only recommended for high-clearance vehicles. Mary and I dropped the camper and took about 3 hours to … Continue reading
We arrived at the National Park Service Stovepipe Wells Campground in the dark. Driving the desert in the dark, mostly downhill was slightly un-nerving. While eating breakfast we had two visitors. A big, black Raven who was used to getting … Continue reading
Alabama Hills are about 5 miles west of Lone Pine, California. If you watched the old Lone Ranger TV series, Hop-Along Cassidy, Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid, Rain Man, or Tremors, you have seen Alabama Hills. Leaving Lone Pine … Continue reading
The day we spent at Bodie, California was absolutely amazing! On the way to Bodie from Bridgeport we had an unexpected encounter with a few strays. Be prepared! The last three miles are wash board gravel. This was the first view we … Continue reading
A nice mid-1950s S-120 pickup.