Category Archives: Yellowstone National Park

| Day 1 | Day 2 (part one) | Day 2 (part two) | Day 3 (part one) | Day 3 (part two) | Day 3 (part three) | Day 4 | Day 5 | Day 6 | We have been watching the excellent PBS documentary series The National Parks: America’s Best Idea by Ken […]

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If you’re visiting this site for the first time, let me begin by welcoming you. We have just arrived at episode five of our nine-part miniseries, meaning that we are directly in the middle, at the apex of our narrative arc. Not to worry, though. I’ve provided some breadcrumbs below to help you get oriented. […]

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So, I recently realized that my blog posts have been coming in at over a thousand words each, which might be excessive for a blog with a photography theme (aka photoblog), so I might start making these shorter and posting more often. If I knew how to make one of those polls with the radio […]

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Clark W. Griswold I don’t know what it’s like at your house, but at ours, there are very few duties that are mine alone. I clean out the gutters, I take care of the rain barrels, and I’m always the one who calls for pizza. Mowing the lawn used to be all mine, too, until […]

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Corrupted Memory If you’re anything like me, you take a lot of pictures when you’re travelling. And when I say “a lot,” I mean thousands of shots, a virtual flip book of frozen moments. This comes in really handy when you’re trying to piece together where you went and exactly when you went there. Even if […]

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Blawesome Few things impress me more than innovations so significant that they inspire entire new languages. Take the weblog (better known as the blog), for example. Sure, there may be a near-equivalent term within some existing language to describe a blogger who plagiarizes content from another blogger, but it’s way more fun to coin a […]

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