Here’s Roger, Don and Kim, taking Roger off the island, to begin his return drive to Camrose.
A cool picture of the boat leaving, taking Roger to begin his drive back to Camrose.
My daughter was interesting in making desktop backgrounds from these wall of green, so if you click on the images, it should turn into a huge file, 5472×3648 pixels, which you can photoshop into the sizes you want.
On Hudson Island, thanks to Adam up top, and Dan below, here’s pictures of the next steps in setting up a place where, we hope, Eagles will think it reasonable to have a nest in the future.
Andrew, is now Dr. Halls! Dr. Andrew Joe Man Halls, graduate of Johns Hopkins Medical School. We are so proud!
There’s work to be done on the island. Dan stripped of grass on the meadow, because it wasn’t looking very good, and had been damaged by driving heavy machines over it. Well, rain turned it into a muddy swamp again, and Dan’s efforts to re-dig drainage trenches, didn’t fully succeed. So now I’ll be wanting to hire some laborers to bury some drainage pipes and build little bridges over them. Anyway, here is the mess on a rainy day, mid February 2016.
I brought back from the island, these pictures of various metalworking and blacksmithing machines, which are currently in storage (crudely out of the rain), awaiting a proper place to put them into.
I’m posting this picture of the beautiful fume hood above my forge. Built by the multi-talented Roger Garand.
I put all my pictures of airplanes, which I took at the Berlin Aviation Museum, onto a separate website. Avioimpex.