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The Story Shelf: April/2016

I decided last month to create a monthly post highlighting a few stories that begged sharing and remembering. Here are just a few from April. Hometown Mural – Pittsburg is packed with quirky personality. I was driving down Broadway the other day and noticed this mural for the first time. Apparently its been up for months without my… Continue reading The Story Shelf: April/2016

Art · Books · Family · Photography

Ranch Life

Last Saturday was a cattle work day here on the ranch. That means clear the schedule, all hands on deck and put the “let’s-git-er-dun” hat firmly upon the head. We round-up the herd and run them through the chute for a variety shots, medicines, branding and/or measuring. Sometimes this process goes smoothly and everybody has… Continue reading Ranch Life

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More from Moonbot Studios

Media can be disgustingly invasive.  About the point I’m ready to quit the modern life and run screaming into a cabin in the woods, someone uses media to tell a story with such grace and beauty that it makes me reconsider. Like the time I discovered The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore.   I continue… Continue reading More from Moonbot Studios

Art · Books · Travel

The Agony and the Ecstasy

Half the fun in traveling, for me anyway, lies in anticipating the trip itself. Knowing I would have loads of flight time on my trip to Italy this summer, I scoured around looking for a novel that would give me solid information as well as the mood and atmosphere appropriate for a first time trip… Continue reading The Agony and the Ecstasy