Pics of Stuff

On this page I will post pictures of stuff. And I promise to update it every day, or maybe less often when I get lazy. (Probably way less often most of the time, but it's my blog, so I can do what I want. Don't judge me.) I took all these pictures myself, unless otherwise noted.

Daddy-long-legs eating a yummy earwig

Fishing boat on the Yellow Sea, near Kunsan, Republic of Korea

Self-portrait in a carousel mirror. Me and a pretty girl named Lydia

My motorcycle, at one of my favorite places in the known universe.
Looking at this picture always makes me happy.

Disneyland, December 2010. That's my favorite 3-year-old (at the time) sitting on my knee.
Picture by Mrs. Christensen, a.k.a. The Unintimidated Wife-inator

The Blog-O-Matic 3000 Turbo.
He proofreads all my posts and then ships them off to the interwebs.
(When I took this picture, he was due for a minor cleaning and lube.)

First to hatch. The day after I took this pic, there were no more eggs, but four brand new robins.

Yours truly near the DMZ between the two Koreas, March 2012.
What a shame that tensions there are now rising again.

I think I've made no secret of the fact that I love guns.
This is a favorite from my personal collection, a .45 caliber Ruger Blackhawk. I did some minor customizing
to it myself, and it's pictured here with a beautiful holster made by master leather craftsman Mike Barranti.

Callao, Utah. A town so small, they have a sign showing where everyone lives. Seriously!
If you're getting tired of all the traffic and commotion in cities like Emery, Randolph,
and Tabiona, this might be the place for you. Hurry before all the good lots are taken.

That's me in the Hawaiian shirt and ball cap. The guy on the left is Butch. I took this picture about four years ago, when we were camping in Moab, Utah. This was just one of many great adventures we had together. Butch was like my second father, in many ways. He taught me a lot of things. Butch passed away last December, and I miss him, but I'll always be grateful for everything he gave me and especially for the good times we shared. I'll see you on the other side, buddy.

A very old farmhouse near the town of Woodruff, Utah. Picture was taken on a foggy morning, Summer 2013.

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