Friday, March 31, 2017
Creator of Rainbow Flag, Gilbert Baker, Dead at 65
A beautiful, joyous symbol that has been adopted all over the world to proclaim our pride. Especially dear to those of us who grew up in a time when we struggled privately with our emerging but inevitable identity. May it continue to wave with dignity against so much hatred, prejudice, violence and lack of understanding.
Condolences to the family and friends of Gilbert Baker.
Gilbert Baker another video tribute here.
Posted by Frank at 6:26 PM 5 comments:
Labels: Gay History
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
A Little Road Trip
Leon has been working 10 and 11 days at a stretch and finally had four days off in a row! So we took a little road trip in our "new" used camper.
|Water From a Stump?|
|We Took a Wrong Turn:|
"Journey of the Dead"
|There's Lots of Rusty Iron Lying Around|
|Fence Art in T or C|
|The Very Large Array|
(I Thought It Would Be Larger)
|But the Clouds Are Interesting|
|Casitas Near the Elephant Butte Dam|
|Our First Trip With the "New" "Used" RV|
|Elephant Butte Lake|
|Lake Surrounded by Desert|
Like/Not Like Ocean and Sand Dunes
|Rio Grande Below the Dam|
|Side Trip to Chloride: Not Much There|
|What Happens to Old RVs|
|At Elephant Butte|
|Not Our Camper|
All Acoma Pueblo photos taken with permit.
|Mission San Esteban, Acoma|
|View From Acoma Pueblo|
In New Mexico rocks defy gravity.
|Stairway Down From Acoma |
Descending the Mesa
Posted by Frank at 8:16 PM 3 comments:
Labels: New Mexico, Road Trip
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