On our recent train trip from Portland, OR to Vancouver, BC for spring break, my wife and I talked, read books, worked online (thanks to Amtrak’s free wifi aboard their Cascades line), and, of course, enjoyed the passing scenery. At the time, I remarked, here on the blog and on Facebook and Twitter, on the differentContinue reading “Photo blog: As Seen from the Train”
(This is supposed to be an animated gif. I don’t know if you can see it animated or not, but I had fun “dancing” on our moving cart the day we moved into our new home.)
“A light in the dark.” Portland, OR, Halloween night 2012.
See also: Photo blog 82, “First rose of the year.”
Still continuing my Texas stories series. This time I’m posting from a story that isn’t available online, so you’ll just have to track down a copy of Red Wheelbarrow from 2008 and look for “Bathe in the Doggone Sin.” (Or email me and beg me to send you the file.) It was just a fewContinue reading “Photo blog 98”
I’m back from Texas now, but while I was there, I did indeed take more photos of locations related to my fiction. (And thanks to Jennifer and my family for putting up with me as I pulled over on the side of the road every few hundred yards!) Yesterday, I announced that Ampersand BooksContinue reading “Photo blog 97”