Stephen, V and Steve at Camden Yards.
Eric, John and Daniel on an evening hike to Castle Rock. That's my shadow on the right.
Camden Yards, Baltimore.
Tomorrow, pitchers and catchers report in the Grapefruit League. For the first time in many years, I'm actually excited about the Orioles. I know they probably will have trouble in the AL East, but with the addition of Tejada and Lopez, and the reintroduction of Palmeiro and Ponson, I at least have some hope for this year. It's been such a long time.
At the cabin, in order to get water for cooking and drinking, we draw water from the creek using this bucket. There is a pump system that we used to use to get water from the creek into the cabin, but it's a pain, so no one bothers to hook it up anymore.
John, assembling piles of lumber and tree limbs for the Forest Service to burn during the winter.
Two mirror shots taken in the elevator of a hotel in Dijon during my trip to Europe in 1998.
Yes, those are my feet.
About every other summer, I spend a week or two at my family's cabin in the Bighorn Mountains of Wyoming. When I'm in Wyoming, one of my favorite things is to set up a hammock behind the cabin. Usually, I'll make it through a bunch of books while I'm relaxing in the hammock, but I'll also spend a good amount of time napping.
I stitched this image together using a friend's copy of Canon's PhotoStitch. The image was stitched together from 4 seperate photos. Starting with the photo of my feet, I panned upwards until the final photo is looking straight up into the trees.
A band Lee drummed for prior to moving to San Francisco.
I can't recall the name of the band. I remember that Lee sang on one song, which was a cover of The Modern Lover's Roadrunner.
I'm thinking of moving on to another theme, and leaving the rest of the New York photos alone for now, and I may do so tomorrow. But, I have to get over to Capitol Hill for a birthday outing to a bar, so the scanning will have to wait.
A detail shot of one of the shelves in the store.
Lee, behind the counter at the store.
Lee and Ali, waiting on the other platform at the Second Avenue station.
Lee, Kate and Ali at Coney Island.
The McSweeney's Store in Park Slope.
At over 1000 pixels, the full panorama is a bit wide, so I only posted this reduced version on the main page. You can still take a look at a larger version though.
Lee and Tabitha, waiting for the train.
At least I think her name was Tabitha. I think shortly after I took this picture, Lee threatened to hit me if I "didn't put the fucking camera away." Anyway, I've been thinking about New York a good deal lately, since I am hoping to fit in a trip up there for a weekend sometime in the near future. Seems like a good enough reason for posting some more pictures of New York.