It seems like I’ve been out of town for an entire month, but it’s only been 30 days. I spent most of those days in Troy Michigan for work, with one short trip to Vegas, also for work. I did find time to explore a little, both solo and with friends though, so I thought I’d share some of what I saw with all of you.
All photos were taken by RoughWaterJohn, using my Pirate cell phone.
There was a nice park near my hotel with lots of trees. I visited it a few times in the early morning as the sun was rising. This is where I started, civilization is not allowed, for here be Dragons
The rising sun does wonders to the color green.
There are paths through this park, but I spent very little time on them. I did occasionally take pictures of the paths, as I crossed from forest to forest.
Some paths were smaller than others.
You missed the rabbit by “that” much.
There was a little brook that babbled at me as I walked by, but I didn’t understand the lingo.
Sometimes, it’s nice to look down to look up.
Is it a tree or a shadow, if you look away, will it change?
If you can find the right spot among the light and verdure, the sun can show you amazing things.
I took a short trip to Las Vegas, before returning to Michigan. My first Pirate tea in Vegas.
The room wasn’t bad either.
If my room had a slide-out diving board, I wouldn’t have had to fight the crowds in the elevator to get to the pool.
Dawn in Las Vegas, 100 degrees by 9:00AM.
I visited Ann Arbor Michigan one weekend. Downtown was very nice.
This is why you don’t let committees determine paint schemes.
I like blue doors, but red isn’t a bad choice.
There are rewards for raising your eyes above the sidewalk.
I could have been an architect, I built one of these with blocks as a kid.
Was I the only one who stopped to look at this? Apparently so.
We stopped in a bar to have a cool drink since it was quite warm outside. Can you guess the name of the establishment?
It was pretty, as well as cool inside.
My Mom always told me I would see strange things in a bar. She thought that would keep me out of them, sorry Mom.
Even a single drop of water can be entertaining, if you have a curious mind and an eye that sees.