April 30, 2007

Front Doors at The Captain's Inn


Those doors are about 12 feet tall. The intricate carving is amazing.
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Hinge


This hinge is to one of the doors in the next picture.
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Through the Transom


This was taken blind through the transom in the previous picture.
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Bathroom


This was taken from the bathroom in our room at the Captain's Inn.
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Wall Decoration



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April 29, 2007

Trial of Jack Mccall for Murder of "Wild Bill"


You can read the text if you look at the large size.
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Flag at JoDean's


This is a pretty big flag hanging from the ceiling where we had dinner.
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Lucy, Uncle Bev, Mary Lee & Phil


This picture includes Lucy's cousin Mary Lee and her husband Phil. Mary Lee is Uncle Bev's daughter, and they help him out when he needs it. They directed us to JoDean's for dinner. Quite a good buffet.
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Draw Bridge 2



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Draw Bridge 1


This is an interesting bridge that brings Hiway 81 into Yankton from the south, crossing over the Missouri River. There is one lane on top coming into town, and one lane on bottom leaving. Obviously they need to raise it occasionally.
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April 28, 2007

Waiting for You



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Gavins Point Dam


Dam on the Lewis & Clark lake near Yankton.
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Gnarly Willow


This is outside the Captain's Inn.
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Victorian Rose


This is the room we stayed in. Strangely I apparently never took a shot of the actual room. Sorry, it was cute.
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April 27, 2007

Music Sculpture



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Riverside Park



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Brick Smokestack


The front of the building indicates this is a bike shop. Why a bike shop needs a smokestack like that, I have no idea.
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Auld-Brokaw Trail


This trail follows the creek in the previous photo. Brokaw is TOM Brokaw. I think he's from Yankton and according to our host he contributed a million dollars to the bike trail.
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Creek Reflection


This creek ran very close to our bed and breakfast.
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April 25, 2007

The Missouri River



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Captain Marsh


This statue is the local riverfront park. Capt Marsh ran boats for Mr Coulson. Russell of the Captain's Inn is "irked" because the town has chosen to honor Marsh, when the guy who built his house isn't so recognized.
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The Captain's Inn : Yankton, SD


This is the bed & breakfast where we stayed in Yankton. Very cool old house with some history. It was built by a guy named Coulson somewhere around the mid-late 1800's. The Missouri River flows nearby and he ran about 12 steamships between St Louis and Montana. The area's first millionaire as per Russell, the owner/operator of the Captain's Inn.
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April 23, 2007

Uncle Bev and Lucy


This is my favorite picture from our trip to Yankton, SD. My wife Lucy is on
the right and her 100-year-old Uncle Bev is on the left. Bev is still pretty
sharp and takes care of himself for the most part. He appreciated our visit
and we are sure glad we went. I'm honored to have met him.
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Stoney Creek Hallway


This was a good motel. A hunting lodgeish theme. Cutouts of moose
everywhere. Quite comfy and clean however. We had just rejected two
different rooms at the Ramada for smelling like overfull day-old ashtrays,
so Stoney Creek was great discovery.
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April 22, 2007

San Jose Steakhouse


St. Joe, MO. We ate there Wed night (4.18.07) starting a short but rewarding

expedition to the north. Many more photos to come.
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April 17, 2007

Bale in Mirror



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Bale by a Tree



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April 13, 2007

Squirrel



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Squirrel



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April 12, 2007

Meditation


I have a zoom lens. Don't think that I went up to the car and leaned over

the hood.
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Tulips


From yet another angle.
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April 11, 2007

Mom's New Vista Box



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Tulip down the middle



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High Impact



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Tulips


My wife had to cut them because of the freeze.
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April 08, 2007

Papelbon 2



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Papelbon


Boston's closer is pretty tough. Compare his expression to Zack's a few pictures ago.
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Alex Gordon



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April 07, 2007

Alex Gordon


Alex Gordon's first major league hit.
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Greinke to Youkalis


Zack Greinke delivers to Kevin Youkalis. Zack pitched a good game. Too bad Matsuzaka was tossing for the other side.
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Zack Grienke



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Red Sox Dugout


See all that media in front of the Sox' dugout? They all crossed the Pacific and half of North America just to see one guy pitch. Absurd.
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The Dice-K Kids


This is a group of Japanese teenagers, who presumably traveled all the way to Kansas City from Japan, just so they could watch Daisuke Matsuzaka pitch. He struck out ten over 7 innings so I guess it's worth it if you into that sort of thing. These kids were into it. They were chanting "Dice-K" while posing for the fascinated Americans. You never saw so many phonecams.
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April 06, 2007

Artist & Shadow


She was painting during Boombox's set before Particle.
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Particle


@ the Granada Theater in Lawrence, Kansas
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Manny Ramirez


Manny's swing here resulted in a hit.
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Dice-K



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Red Sox vs Royals


Youkalis dodges a pitch from Zack Greinke.
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Daisuke Matsuzaka


Dice-K's first pitch for the Red Sox.
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April 05, 2007

Tulip


One of my wife's tulips. I wanted to get a picture before the freeze

tonight.
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Zen Zero


Downtown Lawrence
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23rd St Brewery



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April 03, 2007

Flower



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Daffodil



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April 01, 2007

Birdie



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Birdie



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Baby Bird


I know nothing about the various avian species, but is this feathered one not long from the egg?
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