Well, I made it. 46 days of Lent, without caffeine, and I survived. I woke up early this morning and brewed a pot of coffee—REAL coffee, not the "decaf" stuff I've been drinking for the last six and a half weeks—and set about to enjoy my day. And it's a beautiful day. Life with caffeine seems … Continue reading Back From The Decaf World
I had some time before work this morning, so I took a walk around downtown to take some pictures. I gravitated toward Busch Stadium to see how "Ballpark Village" is coming along, visit the statue garden, and see if the yard looked ready for baseball. Well, it might be ready, but it's hard to tell … Continue reading Ready Or Not, Baseball Season Starts In One Week
Oh what fun it is ... to leave the flash on while you're taking pictures in a snowstorm!
It was a nice enough morning, so I went over to Tilles Park to see how the ducks and geese were doing. They're doing OK, it seems.
While in Louisville this week, I had the opportunity to drive across the river and visit the Howard Steamboat Museum in Jeffersonville, Ind. The museum is housed in an 1890s mansion built by Edmonds Howard. He was the owner of the Howard Shipyard, which built thousands of steamboats over many decades, until the yard was … Continue reading Howard Steamboat Museum
I've been in Louisville, Ky., the last three days for work; a couple of evenings I've been able to explore the downtown area a bit by foot. Here's some of what I saw.