During layovers I make a little game of learning about the place only from what I see in the gift shops.
Terminal D at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport has the advantage of being big and spacious and full of diverting artwork.
They take care of business at the Student Health Center: just help yourself to the basket of condoms.
Look! It’s Long Island Italiana Barbie, complete with a fake leopard skin and gold lamé dress!
We usually miss the live nativity scene at the church down the road.
One of this weekend’s treats were acorn-shaped cookies made from Kisses, Nutter Butters, and Toll House chips. They were a big hit.
As part of Iowa City’s continual efforts to beautify itself, trees downtown now wear sweaters.
A pumpkin carver shows off her produce.
My creative colleagues sweded a clever, Halloween-themed visual aid for our training class.
I was in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia for another training this week. This time I had part of Friday afternoon, so I visited some of the historic buildings in the Lower Town.
The crabapple tree outside our window is an endless source of natural wonder. I peeked out at the grey, drizzly late afternoon to see… a chipmunk.
This weekend’s rain and wind put a lot of leaves on the ground but the trees still have plenty of color.
While I was turning on the camera I saw this amazing sneaker.
The city lets artists paint the benches on the downtown pedestrian mall.
While I waited to update my credentials, I tried to decide if I liked this contemporary federal building or not.
Photos from my bicycle ride to Hills.
Demolition of a downtown building revealed this mural on the adjacent building.
I’ve rarely seen such an obvious explanation why the Midwest is called fly-over country.
This looks like a fun piece of equipment.