Rocking the canoe on the Wolf.
Johnny “Ballgame” Stephany floating down the Wolf River.
Early morning at the takeout after the Ghost River section, at Bateman’s Bridge.
These statues were outside the Indiana Museum on the Canal Walk.
Near downtown Indy, Kath and I strolled down the Canal Walk on a perfect day.
Katherine’s presentation following the award ceremony was well recieved by attendees.
Katherine is the 2011 Ernest A. Lynton award winner. We are in Indianapolis with her father and godfather for the award ceremony today. Mrs. Lynton also attended the award luncheon. I’m so proud of her! She was selected from dozens of highly-qualified applicants.
She may be a dog, but she enjoys a pillow while sleeping, from time to time.
Lia and I stopped to check out the buffalo at Shelby Farms during her recent visit.
Downtown Memphis from the bluff on Mud Island.
Scott is trying to steer a swan while snapping some pics. Not easy, I can tell you.
I found this flower in the delta of the Mississippi Riverpark on Mud Island, while walking the miniature river with Lia and Scott.
We enjoyed a tasty dinner with Lia and Scott Douglas during their recent visit.
A couple of crocodiles at the Memphis Zoo, during a recent visit with Lia and Scott.
A monkey chilling out at the Memphis Zoo, from a recent visit with Lia and Scott.
Kath at the University of Memphis Centennial event at the Cannon Center last night. Thanks to Susan and David for the tickets!
This annual Memphis Flyer event was held on the roof of the old midtown Crosstown Sears parking garage. Thanks to Greg and Jeanine for the passes!
Kath is ready for school now, with her froggy hat and Dora lunchbox.
Last picture from the weekend at the Shack-Up Inn. This graffiti is on the wall of the bathroom of our shack. I can’t even begin to understand the “hot pepper jelly” reference.
This unusual Hindu? statue was in the corner of our shack at the Shack-Up Inn.