Essays taken from a weekly newspaper column published in the Washington County News, Washington, Kansas. Look for my book, "Dispatches From Kansas," available from Amazon.com, or from the author.
Green with envy. Is it possible you missed the "Moonglow" tavern on your way through Walsenburg?
Wow, love the two black and white shots in this posting. The first shot is really great, love the way the roots lead you right into the shot. Very cool.
You had better not be climbing too close to those cliffs. ..... Your wife
Le Grand Lapin -- Missed the tavern but got the service stations. We had a mobile tavern, actually, filled with camera gear, three crotchety geezers and an ice chest full of beer. Don't need much else.
Lori -- I'm trying to keep away from sheer drop-offs because Chod keeps eyeing my camera and I think he wants to kick me over the edge. Don't worry, though: I won't let go of the camera.I count the hours and minutes until we're together again.
Sandi's Service and Rambler Service are great, but that leaning building is just a stitch. It looks like it wants to be singing, "Show me the way to go home....." A tipsy building, drunk on sunshine. ;-)
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