Concerts Last week we were in Northern California and Oregon playing concerts in the Cascades. We started off the week with our third performance at the Burning Tango Festival playing Saturday night right before the evening Milonga. Many thanks to all of the enthusiastic dancers. After the festival, we drove north to Oregon for a set […]

Andrew and I just returned from two weeks in central Chile. We travelled there to visit some friends, play a couple of gigs, taste wine, hike, learn more about Chilean food, and take advantage of understanding a little bit more Spanish. We stayed in Santiago but also enjoyed the coastal towns for Valparaiso (where we […]

We camped a couple of nights on the Oregon coast near the town of Yachats and went exploring the shore at low tide. It was a few days before the solstice and right at dusk. I’ve been experimenting lately with the Pinwide cap for digital pinhole photography.The Pinwide has a wide angle cap that fits […]

There are dogs everywhere in Argentina, and of course when Andrew I were there I started taking photos of dogs everyday. It was easy to do; at first it was a tourist’s dis-traction, but later the dogs helped me to remember the people and places in Southern Patagonia, Mendoza, and Buenos Aires.

Andy and I spent last week playing concerts in the upper peninsula of Michigan and on Isle Royale National Park. We had a great time premiering a couple new flute and guitar pieces and hanging out with our friends Pat, Liz, and Isabel. Pat took us around to some U.P. sites and to some really […]

Here they are! The long awaited photos from our backpacking-camping-backroading-jamming-touristing Texas retreat. The places you see are in Big Bend National Park, Terlingua, TX, and the Hill Country outside of Austin. We backpacked part of this journey as a test of our physical stamina. This included an aggressive hiking itinerary, carrying all of our water […]

Andy and I had our first vacation day together in a while! Here are some more photos taken with a scotch tin and a tea tin that both fit 5 by 7 photo paper that I expose with homemade pinholes.