Saturday, June 26, 2004

Fun with photos

I've finally downloaded the free Hello software, enabling me to post some pictures and ruin any positive illusions you may have about what I look like.

Presently the digital camera is in Washington, D.C., with Rachel. But here are a few pictures that I had on the computer:

Lincoln, Lincoln. I've been thinkin'...


This is about as close as you can get to the Crazy Horse statue without forking out more cash. We paid $18 to be able to take this picture. What a bargain!


Here we are in front of (or behind? or next to?) the Devil's Tower Monument in Wyoming. I have that concerned look on my face because I'm the one taking the picture -- standing, extending my arm, aiming the camera properly and pushing a button makes my brain hurt. I'm a simple man.


One of the highlights of any trip to South Dakota (the Dakota your mother warned you about) is a stop at Wall Drug. Here I am standing next to a stuffed bison. Note how big that thing is compared to me -- I'm 6-foot-1. Actual bison are considerably larger.


Here's Rachel at this year's St. Paul Winter Carnival, wearing the scarf I knitted for her. When I took this picture, I think the temperature was minus 10 degrees Fahrenheit.

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