SO. I had all these grand plans of driving up a local mountain to watch the eclipsed moon rise behind Mount Hood across the valley, and this was the view: Grrr. Argh. Unbelievable haze. It was kind of a circus up there, too. I passed one area that must have had 100 cars parked in… Continue reading Super Blood Moon – September 27, 2015
I should have posted this long ago, but wanted to say if you're a book reviewer interested in reviewing Revenants Abroad please contact me for a complimentary copy in your choice of electronic formats. There's no obligation. You can also check out the first 20% of the book at Smashwords (anyone can do this) to… Continue reading Interested in Reviewing “Revenants Abroad”?
I've been taking loads of pictures lately, just no time to post. Here's a selection the last week or so. Some of the dates are wrong, typos, ya know. But just in case spring is late in your part of the world, enjoy these pictures. Not much else going on. Still working with CreateSpace to… Continue reading Oregon Spring
So, things are progressing with the book. The proof copy is on its way to me, and if all looks good the paper copy should be available on Amazon in another week! The ebook of Revenants Abroad is also now available via Kindle on Amazon, and will remain available via Smashwords, Kobo and Barnes and… Continue reading News and Changes
Not much going on, but wanted to share some views from my morning commute, which can be quite stunning. I tried to get some shots of the ribbons of fog that linger in the fields, but from a moving car it’s tricky. Basically I hold the camera up in the general direction and hit the… Continue reading Pictures from the road
May 18 is the 30th anniversary of the eruption of Washington State's Mount Saint Helens. I was no where near it at the time, serving in the U.S. Navy, stationed in Puerto Rico, but I recall the incident nonetheless. My neighbors here in Oregon tell me about the ash that covered their roofs and cars… Continue reading Mount Saint Helens – 30 Years Later