The back, unrecorded side of a 12" 78rpm record from the 1940's.
The back, unrecorded side of a 10' 78rpm record from the 1940's.
"Please, buy something."
Postal box in the Astor Hotel. Milwaukee, WI.
Baieido Kun Sho incense.
A rare moment in time. My office phone.
One of the many beautiful views my brother saw during a cross-country bike trip.
A clothes dryer from the early 1920's.
A Native American talking stick.
My brother's Trek Transport fully loaded, including emergency phone for road side service the night before he left on his bike tour out west.
A content moment. 6:30 AM, Milwaukee Lakefront, 24-Aug-2011.
The next morning a new chair appeared.
Horses somehow appeared one morning in my office.
Some of my favorite art work. Diego Jaramillo, age 5 years.
A neighbor's "green" mode of transportation around the East Side of Milwaukee.
Cevíche Tapas Bar. My favorite place in Orlando, FL for tapas and flamenco musica and baile.
Even the garbage cans at the Wisconsin State Fair get in the spirit.
A quad burger from Sobleman's in Milwaukee, WI. They will stack a burger up to seven pattys high. Mike had this and most of his fries down by the time the rest of us finished our singles.
Boomerangs and bullroarers.