After exploring the prairie behind a local elementary school with a few friends, my daughter suggested we go on a hike there together. This shot was from the first of many abandoned structures we encountered along the way.

A few weeks ago, I traveled to Salina, Kansas, about two and a half hours west of Kansas City.  After about an hour on the fast, but boring, I-70, I exited onto the 56 mile long Native Stone Scenic  Byway through Shawnee and Wabaunsee Counties.  This “One Thing, Three Ways” post is of an old, […]

On Today’s Date in the Past: One Thing, Three Ways:  Canada Geese at Loose Park Skinny Rule #4:  Reduce Refined Flours and Grains Making a List, Checking It Twice

Although it’s a two hour drive from San Francisco, Point Lobos is one of my favorite places to hike, and I’m always so excited when a trip to California allows me to go out of my way to visit Monterey.  This is an abandoned building toward the coast from Whaler’s Cove. On Today’s Date in […]

Taken last summer near Hardin, Montana

Last spring I shot a barn near my house when the grass was green and puffy, white dandelions dotted the foreground.  (See the second barn in this post.)  It looked just as pretty, but very different, when I drove past it covered in snow. What do you think? You Might Also Enjoy: Broken Down Barns […]

You’ve seen the barn by Lake Lenexa in March before things greened up from last winter and in May at sunset.  Here it is in winter with snow on the ground. What do you think?  Do you have a favorite shot of the barn, March, May, or Snow? You Might Also Enjoy: Barn by Lake […]