Category Archives: outside

Good dogs

Good dogs just know to stick with their person everywhere, even when things aren’t going their way at the moment. Just know it: “Sticking with this lost four year-old is my best and only option right now.” Stick to them … Continue reading

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Greenland today

Earlier today!

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Violent E pauses to philosophize in Jarkhand

That took longer than I thought it would

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another way it is

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Moondogs

I saw them on a trip Deep South, and then again on another trip Deep South, during the last few months. They are spectacular. Clearly, they are not spectacular in the way that bombs exploding or cop cars careering through … Continue reading

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Day 6, Sunrise to Tuolumne

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Day 5, Merced Lake to Sunrise

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Day 4, Vogelsang to Merced Lake

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Day 3, Vogelsang and day hike to Emeric

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Yo 2014 videos

This is the link to the videos I took on David’s and my trip to the High Sierra Camps, 2014. I wish the stars had been video-able; the night sky was absolutely filthy with them. Perfect weather. Never put on … Continue reading

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last of the manatees

manatees! Late season manatees? Early season manatees? Beats me. Y’all are supposed to be up in the Everglades right now.

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Christ of the Abyss, Dry Rocks, N 25 07, W 080 17

  Close, closer, closest. Shot with my I-phone, encased in a thing!

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Molasses Reef, May 8 2013

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Fifteen feet of water, you can see straight down to the bottom. Reef absolutely sloppy with fish. A little reef shark cruising through. Turtles on the way in and out. An outrageous day.  

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Cover the earth

create your own visited country map Coloring in Paraguay tomorrow, so I’m counting it. This is my ultra-conservative map. Ninety four countries. I once counted over 100, but there are several African countries I think I’ve been to, but no … Continue reading

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libration

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Campsite in a can

This is the first step toward my idea of setting up camp by spraying it out of an aerosol can. Click the pic to follow the link.

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Sundogs

Saw my second set of sundogs ever coming into Miami from St Thomas, VI last week. Pointed them out to the other guy, who couldn’t have cared less.

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“Good for him!”

I started riding my bicycle again this week for the first time in a long time. You’ve probably seen me on the road; I’m that guy you pass that you look at for a couple seconds, then say, “Well, good … Continue reading

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David Attenborough

David Attenborough – Wikipedia Is there a more excellent 83 year old man out there? Check out the “Favourite Attenborough moments” on the wikipedia page, and this:

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