“Slim” is anything but. He’s a staggeringly large man in almost every way imaginable; palms the size of ping-pong paddles, an inflated mid-section, and the size of a standing totem pole. He wears a jean-jacket with a grinning skull on the back and is never seen without a black cowboy hat….
Hello all. This is my last post, I am moving to America, Utah on Monday morning at 6am for 2 years & will be unable to continue my blog whilst I am there. My best friend might put photos i have taken up on the blog. Thankyou for all the love & support. Even though you have never met me, if you feel like emailing me here is my address:
Yesterday was our fun and relaxing day of the trip. We passed from Wyoming into South Dakota, and did several tourist-type things along the way. There are an awful lot of roadside attractions in this part of the country, from the truly awe-inspiring (Devil’s Tower) to the downright ridiculous…
“West of Shell, on our way to Cody, we left the road and hiked in on range land for two miles looking for wild horses. Horned Larks flew in flocks around us, rising up and settling down in the sage brush. We scared Pronghorn herds who darted away from us to a safe distance and then stopped and watched us as we watched them. We found the horses, a group of a dozen or so, handsome, some black, some brindled, wary of us, standing with their noses into the wind. These are the moments we unspool in our mind’s eyes on our deathbeds and cause those gathered around us to wonder why we are smiling.”— Michael Wall, on a visit to Wyoming. [ Source:http://www.mikewallteacher.com/ ] (via the-candid-crow)
Just back from a two day, 16 hours, photoshoot in Yellowstone with the sole purpose of getting pictures for a photo book on Fall in Yellowstone. Took over 2,000 pictures, so stay tuned as I begin to sort pictures and post them.