Random mutterings, observations, and comments on what ever comes to mind. Photos will be posted.
What a beautiful statue. What color is it?MersadMersad Donko Photography
And then to think that the whole west was made with help of this kind of transport.
it should get a more prominent placethe photo on your blog helps
I've always had a hard time understanding how people could go across country in one of these things...it was a trip beyond belief - at least for me. I meant to thank you for the long note about your friend and your work with Habitat for Humanity. That is a super organization and we've supported in financially but I've never been in a position to get personally involved. I can see how you'd learn about construction very quickly, though! Kudos to you and all the others involved!!!
A few years back I found out that Studebaker was one of the primary manufacturers of covered wagons used by people in those days... That has little to do with this sculpture, of course. Nice capture. By the way, it was a yellow iris-- one of many you can see to the left in the previous day's shot. -Bill
That's such an appealing sculpture! I agree with Lowell - those pioneers were incredibly determined!
Love this. As a small child Bill's great-grandmother came across from Indiana to Washington State by covered wagon. One of the last to do so. He still remembers some of the stories.
really appealing sculpture!
Hmm, did you show some sculptures by this artist before? The style is unusual.
Well this is a little bit different TFG, whimsically wonderful ☺
An appealing sculpture, I like it !