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Go West-South Dakota

Posted by on Aug 24, 2012 in Go West U.S., Places to Trek, South Dakota | 0 comments

Started the engine in Pennsylvania and bolted off like a bat out of hell towards the West Coast. The stir crazy feeling of staying put in one place for too long had finally become too heavy for me to handle.  Just in the nick of time I was invited to head to Montana to film a wildlife hunting show for Dan Bantley’s show “Taxidermy Trails” which airs on the Outdoor Channel. I originally planned on flying, but when I found out my girlfriend had been offered a job at South Dakota State University I decided it was better to drive plus it fit more into the adventurers spirit-style of travel.  I prepared my mental state by reading “Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance,” a book that follows a man and his son on a motorcycle trip across the Northwest which becomes less of...

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New Orleans and the Dark Side of Human Debauchery

Posted by on Aug 14, 2012 in Go East USA, New Orleans, Places to Trek | 0 comments

Started to look through my old photos of New Orleans to try black and white. What I found is it brought to my attention a whole new theme of New Orleans debauchery. In color the photos I chose were fiesta themed, but the black and white photos began to show the dark side of New Orleans....

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Canoe Creek State Park

Posted by on Aug 8, 2012 in Go East USA, National Parks, Places to Trek | 0 comments

Took the dog for a hike around Canoe Creek State Park.  I should have gotten better photos, but my she decided to chase away all the deer. From the Parks website- http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/stateparks/findapark/canoecreek/index.htm The beautiful, 958-acre Canoe Creek State Park features a 155-acre lake, wetlands, old fields and mature forests, which provide critical habitat for migrating birds and for one of the largest bat colonies in the Commonwealth. The lake is popular for fishing year-round. Hikers enjoy the trails that wind through the many habitats. Picnicking, swimming at the beach, enjoying educational programs, and staying the night in a modern cabin are also popular activities. Picnicking: Scenic, shaded areas on the east and west sides of the park provide many options for picnics and gatherings. There are picnic tables, charcoal grills and charcoal disposal units. Three picnic pavilions are available...

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