We just watched an interesting documentary titled, Troubadours. The film follows the change in music from ’60s Rock ‘N Roll to the ’70s Singer/Songwriter movement. This will bring back some great memories for those of us who were looking for ourselves back then.
Here is a photo from my iPhone of tonight’s Blue Moon.
This cliff dwelling is in Frijoles Canyon, Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico.
Some days you just have to wear red shoes.
Here is an excellent note from Congressman Alan Grayson (D-Orlando] that shines a light on a little-known part of our nation’s history: “This weekend marks the anniversary of the most brutal confrontation in the history of the American labor movement, the Battle of Blair Mountain. For one week during 1921, armed, striking coal miners battled scabs, a…
…The effect of methamphetamines on a face sculpted in water-based clay [was] made as a tool for D.A.R.E. This sculpture was originally created for the artist’s young daughters to show some of the effects of drug abuse. The lesions and more graphic aspects were deliberately not depicted… —from Meth-Amorphosis, YouTube video
I thought about Neil Armstrong when I saw this. R.I.P. to a true hero.
A few months before I graduated from high school, in 1966, my World Literature teacher assigned a book report that would change my life. We could read any book we desired, from any author, on any subject and write a report on it. The score on the report was a major part of our final grade for the period.…
Here is a look at my union, the IBEW.
There are many I-beams where I work. The I-beams with the criss-cross patterns have replaced the older, riveted lattice beams. The newer beams are stronger and mimic the look of the original beams.