As we travel we take lots of pictures. For the past few years we have been putting up a Picture Of the Day on our homepage. This is a new index of of all those pictures. They are available for free, just click on an enlargement and download.

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All Things Yellow in Balitmore

All Things Yellow in Balitmore
November 7 - December 16, 2016
A few years back we spent several rainy days in late November photographing a catalog for the Walters Art Gallery. We were definitely struck by “All Things Yellow in Baltimore.”

Good Times in Amarillo, Texas
September 27 - November 4, 2016
The first clues that you are approaching Amarillo, TX are the hundreds of signs along the  highways calling you to a free steak dinner. Yes, there are just a few strings attached.

Travels with Birds
August 9 - September 23, 2016
I’ve been driving my granddaughter to her barn to work and ride very early these humid summer mornings. She has been patient with my worries about the lone Eastern Kingbird on the pasture fence and when a Mrs. Kingbird finally showed up, she was most indulgent watching my joy. Forever, kingbirds will remind me of those mornings and my time with her. Here are some photographs of other birds that stir up treasured memories.

Revitalization of Tulsa, Oklahoma

Revitalization of Tulsa, Oklahoma
July 6-August 8, 2016
Tulsa, Oklahoma harbors a fantastic collection of architectural masterpieces from the days when it was “The Oil Capital of the World.” There are also some more recent structures that are somewhere between unattractive and eyesore.

Dreaming of Key West
May 5-July 1, 2016
One of the first places we visited as we began our travels was Key West. We stayed almost two months on Blue Water Key, a former military base during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Where once rockets were aimed at Cuba there is now a luxury condo RV campground. We loved living there and walking around Key West. Now we look forward to returning after tailgating with the Miami Dolphins.

The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History
April 6-May 4, 2016
We visited The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History here in Albuquerque a few days ago. The history of the development and dropping of the atomic bomb and the history of the cold war were interesting and well done. (Remember ”Duck and Cover?”) Everywhere there were bombers, warheads, missiles, atomic bombs and delivery vehicles - Awesome! They were the best part. Does this mean I have to turn in my “Girly Card?"

Yosemite National Park
March 8-April 5, 2016
The mile wide and seven mile long river cut and glacier widened canyon that is Yosemite National Park is one of the most beautiful places in the world. With over four million visitors a year it is also one of the most crowded.

2015 Best of Instagram
February 16-March 7, 2016
I posted about a hundred drawings as “iPegsy” on Instagram this past year. These are the ones that were the most popular. All but the one mono print were drawn on location.

Art by David Creyke
Janaury 13-February 12, 2016
One of the most talented artists we know is our nephew, David Creyke. He works with an eclectic and ever changing combination of materials - automobile paint, pen, cardboard, watercolor, enamel and the computer - to produce his hauntingly complex paintings and prints. (For more go to Art by David Creyke on Facebook)



Denver Zoo
December 14, 2015 - January 12, 2016
The Denver Zoo recently held an exhibit of life size and larger than life Lego animal and plant sculptures. They were scattered throughout the area and we enjoyed tracking every one of them down. The captions below tell the number of Lego Bricks that were used in each piece.

Walking Broadway
November 6 - December 11, 2015
Recently the New York Times published Walking Broadway, the Long Way a photo essay by James Estrin. The photographs were some of the best I have ever seen. 

About 15 years ago we also walked Broadway with our first digital camera, a FujiFinePix 4700. It took 1.5MB photos and came with a 16MB Smart Media Card. Here are pictures starting on Lower Broadway near the Staten Island Ferry and ending up on Upper Broadway at the Harlem River. Somehow the midtown pictures have disappeared. 

Sequoia National Forest
October 14 - November 5, 2015
This was our first time camping in a National Forest and although It was completely primitive, we loved it. Bernie had a great time working on our solar power so we had good electricity the entire three weeks we were there. The forest is next to King’s Canyon and Sequoia National Parks, allowing us to enjoy many hikes and day trips.

A Visit to the Bush Presidentail Library
September 1 - October 13, 2015
Bernie and I have been making it a point to visit Presidential Libraries when we are close to them. (Although we keep passing the one in Yorba Linda, California by without stopping.) There was a large, almost reverent crowd visiting the Bush 43 Presidential Library on the Saturday afternoon we decided to tour the place. Lots of glossy verbiage without saying much would be our short review.

The Creation Museum and Zip Line
June 24, 2015 - July 17, 2o15
I visited (Bernie refused) the Creation Museum so you will never need to. It is everything you thought it might be and worse. It embraces blind fundamentalism and intellectual dishonesty while promoting a culture of fear and ignorance. The exhibits are bad enough, but listening to adults spouting threats of hell, damnation and vengeance to children was even worse. There was nothing amusing or ironic about this illogical waste of time. The admission was a whopping $30 and the zip line another $40 - $90. It was God For Dummies.  

Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event
May 15 - June 23, 2015
For the second year in a row, I joined Liz, Calli and two of her teen-age friends, Charlotte and Erin, for the only annual four-star eventing competition in the Western Hemisphere. Left to follow - stay nearby and find our own entertainment, Liz and I managed to have a quite good time. We were not always following the three tiny hineys.

T. Graham Brown at the Stagecoach Ballroom
April 20 - May 13, 2015
I had always thought of concerts as a place where young girls rave for young singers. How wrong I was. T. Graham Brown was appearing at the Stagecoach Ballroom in Ft. Worth, Texas and we decided to go - mostly because our friend Jake Hill was in the band. We had a good time watching grown-up cowboys and women enjoying themselves. Especially the women lovin’ T. They crowded around the stage, air-dancing with him, taking selfies and blowing kisses. I could-a would-a joined them. He was very charismatic.

Marfa, Texas
March 25 - April 17, 2015
Marfa, where Chinati is located, does have a few charms of it’s own… The town’s motto is "Marfa. Tough to get to. Tougher to explain. But once you get here, you get it."  Its location in the high desert of far, far west Texas, keeps it as a destination for only a hardy few hard core fans of minimalist art. 

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
March 2 - 24, 2015
We went to the Modern Art Museum of Ft. Worth to see the Urban Theater: New York in the 1980s exhibit. It was great to revisit Nan Goldin, and Robert Mapplethorpe and remember then and forever Cindy Sherman, Keith Haring and so many others… Of course, there were no photographs allowed in the show, but the building, by Tadao Ando, and exterior sculptures were great fun to photograph.

Best of Instagram
February 5
-27, 2015
Since early 201I, I have posted well over 500 pictures to Instagram. Lately it has been more sketches than photographs and that's been fun. I'm afraid I am one of those people who posts lots of pictures of my dogs. Lots… I think everybody loves my dogs. "I cannot help myself." For this series of Pictures of the Almost Everyday, I am sharing my most popular Instagram posts. There are a few selfies on the site, but no one has "hearted" them. At least I never made a duck face.


Art Tour of AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys
January 2 - Febuary 4, 2015
Jerry World, otherwise known as AT&T Stadium, and the home of the Dallas Cowboys is really pretty neat. (Please don't hate me for liking the hated Cowboys Stadium.) It is huge, filled with big artworks personally selected by the Jones family. The fan side of the complex resembles nothing so much as a really upscale mall - with almost no shopping but plenty of fan bars. We loved our "Art Tour" as well as hanging out on the field and in the dressing rooms.


Ferguson Reflected: South Grand, St. Louis

Ferguson Reflected: South Grand, St. Louis
December 2 - 31, 2015
Ferguson and Saint Louis have been the focus of a great deal of negative attention lately. There is much more to St. Louis and the people's attitudes than what is seen on TV. On South Grand the stores, restaurants and shops were boarded up last summer and have remained so since. The area has become a gathering place for artists of all sorts. Their messages are all about love and unity.

Wolf Lake, Pennsylvania

My friend's home in the woods of Pennsylvania
November 13 - 25, 2014
Sukey and I have been friends for over 40 years and visiting her eclectic, stone cottage in the woods above Wolf Lake, Pennsylvania has always been one of Bernie's and my greatest pleasures. The inside of the cottage is filled with beautiful light from her late husband, the well-know artist, Marvin Gutin's paintings.

Art Works, Cinicinnati, Ohio

Art Works, Cinicinnati, Ohio
October 31 - November 12, 2014
The Public Art program in Cincinnati believes the City is a Gallery. There are fascinating murals all over town and a wonderful self-guided walking tour to go with them.

National Aviary, Pittsburgh

National Aviary, Pittsburgh
October 15-30, 2014
Last week in Pittsburg we were lucky enough to visit the National Aviary. It's a wonderful place to photograph, draw and get quite personal with birds. In fact, you need to watch your step and shoulders as they are flying and scurrying around you.

Soulard Market in St. Louis
September 12 - October 14, 2014
The Soulard Farmer's Market in St. Louis is held every Saturday morning. It is full of vendors selling fresh, local fruits, vegetables, meats and baked goods. The people watching is superb and most Saturdays, Bernie would shop while I took mostly iPhone pictures and sketched.

Return to St. Louis

Return to St. Louis
August 7 - September 11, 2014
Here we are back in St. Louis- one of our favorite cities in the country. Once again we are visiting our favorite places, plus a few new ones. Shopping at the Soulard Market, Chilling in Tower Grove Park, sketching at the zoo and walking along the flood walls below the Gateway Arch.

Battleship North Carolina

Battleship North Carolina
July 1 - August 6, 2014
We have visited numerous historic naval vessels around the US, usually with our son Michael (and Kate). In Wilmington, NC, we visited the 729 foot long Battleship North Carolina with its 15,000 tons of steel armor plate. When underway, her gas milage was 32 feet per gallon. It was fascinating because we could go below deck and see how the crew lived. In fact, we liked it so much that we bought all three cheesy pictures of us with different backgrounds. Plus - she was built in Brooklyn.

Is it possible to love a furnace too much? 

Is it possible to love a furnace too much? 
June 9- June 24, 2014
Bernie and his long-lost cousin Leigh Ann Pobiak found each other on Facebook a few years ago. Recently, we met up with her and her partner, David Superville in Gastonia, North Carolina. They are part of the film community there, and their headquarters is in the almost completely abandoned Old Commercial Building in downtown Gastonia. The artist and filmmakers who create there call it iNDEE. What an oddly amazing structure… especially the ancient heating plant down below.

It's not just a furnace down there, it's my dream furnace.

Collies We Have Known and Loved

Collies We Have Known and Loved
May 27 - June 6, 2014

With Harry Fly Taylor coming into our lives, we have been remembering all the collies we have owned and loved before.  Harry Fly is the eleventh collie in my life, and the first black one. Missing from these pictures is Bruce, the wonder dog. He was my first blue merle collie and he was with me, then us, from 1964 until 1974. (between Lance and Lady and Danny)

We loved them all.

Kentucky Horse Park and International Museum of the Horse

Kentucky Horse Park and International Museum of the Horse
May 7-19, 2014
It seems I have been left alone here at the Kentucky Horse Park for at least a week. Bernie has flown to DC on business and now it's just me and the bluegrass and horses. Lots and lots of horses. Hunters, jumpers, thoroughbreds… The only thing for me to do is to try and learn to draw horses.


Atalaya - The Winter Home of Anna and Archer Huntington

Atalaya - The Winter Home of Anna and Archer Huntington
April 9 - May 6, 2014
Atalaya, an empty Moorish castle, sits just off the beach in Huntington State Park, South Carolina. While most people prefer their historic houses beautifully furnished with period pieces and fresh flowers, I am far more intrigued and inspired by the empty brick walls and floors of the over 50 rooms, kennels, bear pens, bathrooms, sunrooms and studios of Anna and Archer Huntington"s winter home.

Huntington Beach, South Carolina

Huntington Beach, South Carolina
March 19 - April 8, 2014
Even chilly and rainy, it is a pleasure walking along the stiff, cold sands of the winter beach. Sully happily trots in the icy surf while we watch the sea with hopes of glimpsing a rare, offshore pelagic bird. Once, out past the pelicans, gulls and ducks - far offshore, we thought we saw a Gannet diving. (Great book: Charlton Ogburn, The Winter Beach)

Arlie Gardens and the Fabulous Bottle Chapel
February 27 - March 19, 2014
Even in February, Arlie Gardens is a lovely place to wander around. Spanish Moss and birds? Perfect. The best part though, was the Bottle Chapel. The crayon drawings and paintings of outsider artist, Minnie Evans, were reimagined as a chapel using empty wine, whisky and beer bottles by Virginia Wright-Frierson in 2004. (Other Outside Art we have visited.)

Aquarium and Terrarium on the Beach

Aquarium and Terrarium on the Beach
February 7 - 24, 2014
Last week, on the first warm day we had felt in months, we visited the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher which is located on the ocean at the mouth of the Cape Fear River.

Andersonville and Plains, Georgia

Andersonville and Plains, Georgia
January 20 - February 6, 2014
Located about 150 miles south of Atlanta, a visit to the National Prisoner of War Museum is a sobering and moving experience. (Andersonville, by MacKinlay Kantor).

Thirty miles west of Andersonville is the birthplace and home of President* Jimmy Carter. If you are lucky you can attend the former President's Sunday School class. (An Hour Before Daylight, by Jimmy Carter)

*When he greeted us at the church, he asked that everyone please call him, "Jimmy." ...and so we do.

Another Freezing January

What's Wrong With Us?
January 1 - 17, 2014
Another January - another year we are parked above the Mason-Dixon line. There is a deep freeze in the Northeast and our friends have left for the Caribbean. The only good thing about snow and temperatures dropping below 0° is photographing the frantic activity of birds around backyard feeders.


Battleship North Carolina

Holidays Around the Country
December 13 - 31, 2013
OMG, it's Christmas again.The weather outside really is frightful. I think next year I'll take my lights on a palm tree.

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art
November 25 - December 12, 2013
We were able to get to Philadelphia the day before the Eagles played on Sunday. We used the time to visit one of the largest art museums in the United States, The Philadelphia Museum of Art. Our goal was the current Léger Exhibition, but afterwards we found ourselves, lowbrows that we can be, enjoying the people and activities on the Rocky Stairs.

Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge

Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge
Week of November 8 - November 24, 2013
Bernie and I visited Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge last week. We are considering volunteering there, and helping with the restoration of the wetlands. Also, we would be photographing eagles mating in January. It is a beautiful place and certainly there were a lot of eagles and great blue herons hanging around.

Autumn in Central Park

Autumn in Central Park
October 28 - November 7, 2013
We have been driving south from Maine through an endless fall of beautiful foliage. It has made me miss our autumn walks in Central Park. These pictures were taken many years ago with early digital cameras. They still bring back happy, morning memories.

Green Lake National Fish Hatchery

Camping at Green Lake National Fish Hatchery
October 7 - October 27, 2013
Our last weekend working at the hatchery we decided to boondock at the dam on Green Lake. We spent two beautiful nights beside the lake and the days roaming about the woods and fields photographing everything. We will always carry this place in our hearts. Tuesday morning we were locked out as the government shut down...

35 years of Hiking in Maine

35 years of Hiking in Maine
Week of September 20 - October 6, 2013

Recently we were looking at old photos of us hiking in Acadia National Park.  Today, the park remains pristine, beautiful and unchanged. We, however are a symphony of changes. (mostly pitiful)

Tailgating Food

Tailgating Food
Week of September 1 - September 19, 2013
So much delicious food is served up by the NFL tailgating fans. We love the smells, the sights and the tastes. We collect recipes for food and drink, many of which are on this website: Rations

Swans Island Ferry

Swans Island Ferry
August 19 - August 31, 2013
A small group of passengers set out on the Swans Island Ferry for a three hour tour...a three hour round trip into the Gulf of Maine. While we were not lost at sea, heavy fog banks rolled in and the fog horn sounded continuously - startling us every time it blew. Our hopes for sightings of pelagic birds disappeared into that all encompassing fog.

Museum of Modern Art - New York City

Museum of Modern Art - New York City
August 5, - 12, 2013
Besides the MET, my other favorite art museum in NYC is the Museum of Modern Art. Their collection of contemporary art is wonderful and their special exhibitions, If not always "beautiful," are always thought provoking.

Main Coast Bird Carving Show

Main Coast Bird Carving Show
July 22 - August 5, 2013
We have been working so hard at the hatchery that we've been too tired to do much else. This past weekend, we finally toured around a bit. One of the places we visited was a Bird Carving Show in Belfast, Maine. Beautiful!

DaVince Machines

DaVince Machines
July 8 - 22, 2013
We enjoyed the interactive DaVince Machines Exhibit in the mini-museum in downtown St. Louis... these pictures are from that day. It was a great place to draw, even though the imp on my shoulder told me my drawings "sucked."

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Metropolitan Museum of Art
Weeks of June 17 - June 28, 2013
When we lived in New York City, the Metropolitan Museum of Art was just across Central Park. I used to love to go there to draw alone or with friends. On the roof, or deep in the galleries, it was always an exciting place to be.

Maine Trees

Main Trees
June 5 - June 14, 2013
Having spent the past year and a half in dry desert or irrigated lands, it has been difficult not to be amazed by the beautiful trees that we once took for granted. Each one seems a large miracle. So much damp green...

Fred Yost

Fred Yost
May 27, 2013
Guest Artist Week: Fred Yost is the fisheries biologist here at the Green Lake National Fish Hatchery and an extraordinary photographer. His close-up pictures of these tiny pussy willow flowers are so stunning we had to share them.


Around the Hatchery
May 20, 2013
Bernie was called away on business the end of last week. I was OK being left alone because I figured I would hike in Acadia National Park with Sully every day. It was not to be, thanks to Sequestration, the park was closed. We did take a nice 2 mile walk along the old Shore Path in Bar Harbor instead.

17 Days: California to Washington DC

17 Days: California to Washington DC
April 17 and back
We started our fast trip back to the east coast from California on Saturday, April 13. No back roads this time. All Interstates. Until we reach Washington, DC all Pictures of the Day will be of us tooling along the major highways that cross our country.

Rust Belt - Buffalo
Week of April 1, 2013
On Wednesday, April 3, our grandhorse, Sally, will have been pregnant for one year. Hard to imagine.

Meanwhile I am posting some pictures from our wanderings in the abandoned east end of Lake Erie in Buffalo, New York. Most of the old mills and factories are slowly being torn down. Only coal is still moving through the weed-choked and rusted-out landscape. Although we not yet made it all the way around the Great Lakes to Duluth, it is still on our list of destinations.

The Sally Diaries
Week of March 3, 2013
For the next few weeks we will be attending to our grandhorse, Sally, as she reaches the end of her pregnancy and gives birth to her first foal. The pictures will take the form of a diary.

Seeking the Monarch Butterfly
Week of February 24, 2013
Ever since attending the old National Geographic lectures at Constitution Hall back in the ‘60s I have wanted to see the migration of Monarch Butterflies. Finally in Pismo Beach, California we caught up with thousands of them wintering in a sheltering grove of Eucalyptus trees.

Seals on the Beach
Week of February 11-22, 2013
There is plenty of controversy surrounding the inhabitants of Children’s Beach in La Jolla, California. The day we visited, the sand was covered with Harbor Seals and a few were giving birth to adorable little pups.  Pelicans watched from the rocks above. We loved it.

Dog Beach - San Diego, California

Dog Beach - San Diego, California
January 28-February 11, 2013
The past few weeks, our friend, Viv has been posting photographs of a freezing Central Park and lots of off leash dogs. San Diego has a great off-leash dog park - 24 hours a day, acres on the ocean, white sand and sunshine. Doggie Paradise! (Still, our dog-walking hearts are in Central Park.)

January in New York City

January in New York City
January 14-25, 2013
This warm January in Southern California makes us look back at the many cold, snowy, wet Januarys we spent in New York City. Can't say I miss that part.


Walking Along the Contra Costa Canal - Oakley, California

Walking Along the Contra Costa Canal - Oakley, California
December 31, 2012
Back near Oakley, California we enjoyed walking the Contra Costa Canal Trail almost every day for three weeks. Lots of quail, hawks and egrets... the only thing missing was a nice coffee shop along the way.

Christmas at the Missouri Botanical Garden

Christmas at the Missouri Botanical Garden
December 17 - 28, 2012
St. Louis is one of our favorite cities, and one of the reasons is the Missouri Botanical Garden. With its domes, Victorian houses, ponds and indoor gardens it is just beautiful...especially during the Holidays.

Fabulous Frogs, Big Oak Park in Oakley, California

Fabulous Frogs
December 3 - 14, 2012
Back at the Pecan Grove RV Park in Austin Texas, flamingos were the garden enhancement of choice. Here at the Big Oak Park in Oakley, California, the Lawn Frog reigns supreme. There are historic, artistic, literary and cinematic frogs. (Two Weeks)

Smithfield, North Carolina - Ava Gardner and Hams

Smithfield, North Carolina - Ava Gardner and Hams
November 26, 2012
Smithfield, North Carolina. Traveling south on I-95, it's a town we've sped past more times than we can remember. Last fall, heading west, we decided it was finally time to take a detour and visit Ava Gardner and  the Smithfield Hams! What's not to love? 

Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon

Autumn in the Garden
November 19, 2012
Visiting the Japanese Gardens in Portland, Oregon was like walking into a richly colored - albeit wet - tapestry. Overcast and drizzling, the day could not have been more perfect for highlighting the rich colors in the idealized landscape.

The Beautiful Columbia River Gorge

The Beautiful Columbia River Gorge
November 12, 2012
After dropping me at the airport, Sully and Bernie took a few hours to visit the Columbia River Gorge. We will return!

Public Sculpture in Seattle, Washington

Public Sculpture in Seattle, Washington
November 5, 2012
Seattle has some fun and quirky public art, along with the beautiful Olympic Sculpture Park overlooking Puget Sound.

"Art of the Town": Mother and Child, Bruce Holmes

Walking Port Angeles, Washington
October 29, 2012
Port Angeles is a beautiful little town on the North Coast of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. It is filled with public art and private galleries. It's a great place to walk around. Good coffee and good candy too.

Organic Farmers Market - Port Angeles, WA

Organic Farmers Market - Port Angeles, WA
October 22, 2012
The town of Port Angeles, Washington holds a beautiful Organic Farmers Market on Saturdays. We stocked up on colorful fall vegetables and home baked breads.

Funny Signs

Funny Signs
October 15, 2012
We often see signs that make us smile, like this first one of Sully on the Gulf of Mexico. It reminded us of the many funny street signs in Amarillo, Texas. Here are just a few.

Redwood Tourist Items and Sights

Redwood Tourist Items and Sights
October 8, 2012
I remember when I visited national parks as a kid, all I wanted to do was see the tourist traps along the roads that led to the entrances of the National Parks.  You know, the world's largest pecan or the skeleton of Bigfoot's Wife, Maybe even a stuffed white buffalo. The beautiful Coastal Redwood Forests are not without some pretty tacky attractions, but they're fun.

Looking Up
October 1, 2012
Sometimes I forget to look up, but my friends and art never do.

Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Delaware Park, Buffalo, New York

Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Delaware Park, Buffalo, New York
Week of September 24, 2012
One of the most beautiful fall days I can remember was touring the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Frederick Law Olmsted’s Delaware Park in Buffalo, New York.


Cheeseburgers Plus
September 10, 2012
One of the traditions we have created for ourselves, as we travel from NFL  stadium to NFL stadium, is to find a local sports bar the day before the game and enjoy a cheeseburger with some of the fans. It’s not always a cheeseburger, team tradition may suggest a different dish: Bacon Explosion Recipe

Shadow Walks

Shadow Walks 
September 17, 2012
No matter where we travel the dog must be walked and for the health’s sake at least a mile or two. Shadows are long early in the morning.


September 3, 2012
Maybe listening to and looking at trains is what made me want to wonder around the United States? I love taking photographs of them and I have even used them as a base for some monoprints.


Great Art and Architecture, Cleveland, Ohio

Horse Sculpture
Month of June 2011
With a granddaughter that loves to ride, it’s been a pleasure to see the many works of art the horse has inspired around the country.

Hanging Out in New Orleans

Hanging Out in New Orleans
Month of April 2011
We could have stayed in New Orleans forever. Great food, great drinks and loads of fun. We went out walking every evening.


Great Art and Architecture, Cleveland, Ohio

Great Art and Architecture, Cleveland, Ohio
Month of November 2010
We came to Cleveland to tailgate with the Brown’s fans, but stayed to enjoy some of the beautiful art and architecture the city has to offer. All nearby campgrounds were closed for the winter, so we moved around, boondocking on the city streets for a week. Fun and always close to POIs.