Category Archives: My Photos

Caveat: Hay

I took a long walk in the morning. I walked east up out of town. I looked south from the top of a hill. I saw a cold horse, who said nay. I saw something for the horse to eat, … Continue reading

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Caveat: portraits

We spent the day mostly just hanging out with Patti and Alan. My two uncles, Arthur and Alan, could almost pass for twins, though they’re not. Later, I took a long walk, in a big circle around this subdivision and … Continue reading

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Caveat: Hello Snow

We drove the rest of the way to Montrose, Colorado, today. It was a bit of a monotonous drive, but the temperatures outside were quite cold. And there was quite a bit of snow scattered around. I took some pictures … Continue reading

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Caveat: driving from 10°C to -10°C

Yesterday I went back from L.A. to Jenna and Braden’s in Indio. We didn’t depart for Montrose. Then today, in the morning, we departed. We drove across the Mojave Desert, taking a non-interstate highway shortcut between Indio and I-15 just … Continue reading

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Caveat: The Arroyo not-so-Seco

This morning, my dad, my brother and I went on a hike up the Arroyo Seco canyon, which stretches up into the San Gabriel mountains above Pasadena from the NASA-JPL campus on the north western end of the city. Here … Continue reading

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Caveat: brackets, hats

We spent some part of the day working on the Model A, some more. Trying to solve an oil-burning problem. And my brother Andrew manufactured ad hoc brackets to hold some non-standard modifications in place – an altered throttle lever, … Continue reading

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Caveat: A

I drove out to L.A. from Indio. I arrived at my dad’s garage (adjacent to his old house – his current house is up in Pasadena, but he stills pays rent on the garage at the old place). There, my … Continue reading

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Caveat: west to Califerne

We left Phoenix and arrived at Jenna’s in Indio, California, around noon. It was nice to see everyone here. This is where we will spend Christmas. I took a picture of Arthur with a cat. Juli and I took a … Continue reading

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Caveat: giant cookie party

My sister had a giant Christmas cookie party today. I liked being there, and finally meeting (or meeting after such a long time) many of the friends she talks about. Plus, there were a lot of cookies. The Arizona lifestyle … Continue reading

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Caveat: rocks and canyons

We drove past many rocks, on our way from Tucumcari, New Mexico, to Phoenix, Arizona. Here is a very traditional-looking hilltop village in western New Mexico. Here is the Salt River Canyon, coming down an alternate route (avoiding interstate highway) … Continue reading

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Caveat: cows and windmill

A day of driving. A picture: cows and windmill – somewhere in eastern New Mexico. Before leaving Dean and Pam’s I took a portrait of the three of them. [daily log: walking, 2km; driving, 900km]

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Caveat: another day on the farm

Another day on the farm. Just kinda hanging out. I made my chupe de pescado – Arthur’s suggestion. Apparently he somewhat likes, within the scope of his laconicity. I think it was at least deemed edible by Dean and Pam. … Continue reading

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Caveat: Anumpa Tosholi

In the morning, Arthur and I took a walk down the road. Only a half-a-mile down the road, there is the Choctaw Nation Capitol and Museum. This is Native American country, and Dean and Pam’s farm is nestled up against … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poem #869

the fogged sun rises a pond swallows the bare trees and cows malinger.

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Caveat: Lotsa horizon

“Lotsa horizon around here.” – Arthur. We visited people today. First, extended family of Dean and Pam’s up in Crescent, Oklahoma, on a farm. We had venison chili for lunch and later Arthur and I took a walk down the … Continue reading

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Caveat: OK

I have arrived safely in Oklahoma City. I’m tired. Rather than meet with Arthur and his friends Dean and Pam at their home in Clayton, Oklahoma, they contacted me as I drove down and suggested meeting in Oklahoma City, instead. … Continue reading

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Caveat: dialogues at dawn

Bob and Sarah had to throw out a broken toilet and ancient chair, so I helped carry them to the curb last night. This morning they awaited their fate, collecting frost. I would entitle this photograph “Dialogues at Dawn” because … Continue reading

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Caveat: Poke men in Madison

I went to Madison with my friend Bob. He had to do a radio interview, related to publicizing his upcoming concert which he is conducting. While he was in the radio station doing his interview, I had some time to … Continue reading

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Caveat: a city of memories and stale snow

I spent my last day in Minneapolis running a few errands and driving around a bit, among my memories. I’ve lived in Minneapolis/Saint Paul, on and off, for almost a quarter of my life, including very formative years of young … Continue reading

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Caveat: My almost brother

I call Eugene my “almost” brother. He was an exchange student from Kazakhstan in the early 1990s, living with my dad and stepmother in Southern California, at the time when my brother Andrew was a teenager. Eugene has been a … Continue reading

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