Not so long ago finding software to assist you in writing a novel was challenging. Years ago I settled on Scrivener. At the time it was the best in my opinion, and many people still consider it an excellent option for authors. But today, (2019) there is an explosion of options for novel writers. Some […]
Month: August 2019
I managed to awaken before the sun rose today and drove down to Ann Morrison Park to capture some images of the Hot Air Balloons taking off into the Boise sky.
I attended the 17th annual Warbird Air Museum air show this past weekend, where vintage WW-II planes flew through the crisp blue skies. The gallery below features some of my photographs.
Visited the Nampa, Idaho airport today where The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) was displaying a B-17G and a B-25. These WW-II bombers are huge and awesome. Below are some photographs I captured of the B-17. The B-25 did not fly today.
Eagle borders Boise and Garden City and is pretty urban. But if you keep driving straight after leaving town, you quickly enter the foothills, and you can drive for hours and only see one other vehicle. It is a quick place to go if I need to get away from people and concrete. The […]
Originally we were heading toward Stack Rock, but the road we were planning on taking, Cartwright Road, has been blocked off. Huge metal gate, several “No Trespassing” signs, warnings that the entire area is under video surveillance, etc. I have seen less secure areas at the National Guard base! I’ve contacted Ada County Highway District […]