The big sky becomes a beautiful backdrop for sunset over the Llano Estacado.
I will always love this photo of us that Chuck took back in 2011.
Seen on the Road to Glamperland Facebook page.
Maybe not so bad? Eh Jim?
Some mighty fine heat-treated biface preforms ready for general use or to be made into something a little more refined. Source material from the St. Louis area, Burlington chert. Thanks Larry!
Janos Valentiny Hungarian artist (1842—1902) Oil, canvas; 1896
At the Oregon Country Faire.
Last June in the Rio Grande Valley
18th century tools of the bootmaker's trade. Click for the source.
Uzbekistan boots. I need to make something like these.
1930s: Amanda Uren Peddler’s Car, the Netherlands
Field testing the nearly finished rucksack. It still needs a few closures and bits but is essentially as finished as anything I make. It's poorly packed for a quick hike and not very full. More pictures to follow when I get some time off to tramp around with it. Features: Heavy, waxed canvas truck tarp … Continue reading Field Testing
It's a blatant promotion for the PaleolithicDiet and PaleoHacks but it's still a well-done infographic.