Hey, come visit mule Polly, me and the wagon we traveled across America in for the Lost Sea Expedition TV series. We’ll be at this week’s Benson Mule Days in Benson, NC. It runs from September 23-25. Continue reading to see how to find us. Continue reading “Visit Mule Polly in Benson this Sept 22-25”
Millions of years ago, the Great Plains were covered by the Lost Sea. It was full of amazing creatures. Think sharks and sea turtles in Kansas. The Xyphactinus (above) was so fierce, it was known to swallow 6-foot members of its own kind. Continue reading “Creatures of the Lost Sea”
George was 92 when I met him. He was born in a sod house and aimed to die in one. He lived alone in his sod house with only the lizards for company. I shot this scene in one long take. No special effects. Just the Lizard. George. Me. And Time.
How will you live at 92?
Learn more about George in the Lost Sea Expedition TV series.
Amazing response this week with friends – some I know, some I’ve never met – donating to the Lost Sea Expedition. I painted some of their names on stuff I found around the barn. Think beech bark (Jean), creek rock (Christy), fatwood, cedar shingle and red cedar batten. Click through for a closer look at these hand painted thank yous. Continue reading “Monday Thanks”
Check out the 30-sec version of the “Lost Sea Expedition” TV series trailer. Travel 14 months across America in 30 seconds. Perfect if you’re short on time. You can still find the full length trailer and more about the series here.
Wow. I’m overwhelmed with how folks have stepped forward to sponsor the Lost Sea Expedition TV series! Beth was my first donor. Beth, I was so moved by your gift I went out the barn, where the wagon is stored, and painted you this thank you note.
More pictures of my barn, wagon and how your thank you board came to be are just a click away. Continue reading “Thank You Beth”
It’s a mummified…dog, cat, deer, sheep…..?
Lots of things that didn’t make the Lost Sea Expedition TV series are still cool to look at. I thought you’d enjoy these photos about a mummified….what the hell is that anyway…..? Continue reading “Mummified”
My wagon has a tiny window at each end. The front one is round, the back one is square. When I’m sitting inside, it frames the world outside me. Living in my wagon, I became fascinated with “framing” my world with this view. Here are some of these photos. Consider them pairs. The first picture is from inside, the next is of the outside scene.