A creek that has eroded itself back behind some well aged roots – along the road up to the Hall family homestead property in Lutsen, MN.
A single wild rose growing on an old-growth bush on the Hall family homestead property in Lutsen, MN.
The Badlands of South Dakota. Awesome sight, like an alien landscape.
Sunrise at the Badlands National Park. We were staying at the Cedar Pass Lodge at the bottom of the pass and this is what met us at sunrise the next morning.
I’m so sad I’m crying. Earlier today Del Martin passed away. It is so terribly sad when our most beloved and valiant warriors fall. What a giant she was in the struggle for equal rights for gay men and lesbians everywhere. She was one of my early and formative icons, and she made life so much better for gay men and lesbians all over this country – whether they know it or not. The National Center for Lesbian Rights has a press release up about her passing.
Bless your soul, dear Del. You will never be forgotten. You had the fortitude to stand up for what you believed in when practically the entire world was against you. To me, that makes you one of the greatest Americans.
Rest in Peace, Del. God knows you deserve it after all you’ve been through.
The Yellow Mounds area of the Badlands scenic highway 240 route from Cactus Flat, SD to Wall, SD.
One of the wild buffalo herd we encountered – actually, the second large herd along a few miles of road in the Wildlife Loop off Highway 16 just east of Custer, South Dakota that goes through Custer State Park.
A stunning horse at the Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary near Hot Springs, South Dakota.
Sunset on our last night in South Dakota on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.
This is a dahlia, Andries’ Orange (1936, rarest), that we got from H’s mom.