Flatiron Cafe, Jerome, Az.
When Katie and I lived in Prescott, Az. I commuted to work two days a week over the mountains to Cottonwood. I left early enough to stop in Jerome at the Flatiron Cafe for a latte.
Hoi Anh, Vietnam
In 2016 Katie and I spent two weeks in Vietnam. The historic city of Hoi Anh was one of the hi-lights.
This restored Texaco station is in Sequim, Wa. It used to be the home of the Rusty Rooster antique /gift shop before Covid 19 hit. The truck belongs to Evergreen Collision here also. The two are not related, but I put them together anyhow.
The garage and car are in Port Townsend, Wa. I added the man and tools.
May 2020, Port Townsend Wa., Post card for the Max Grover gallery during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Helen's laundry was in An Ton, Vietnam. An Ton was a small group of stores along highway 1 not far from the Chu Lai military base in I Corps.
My friend Roger and I used to meet at the McDonalds in Green Valley, Az. to talk about writing and whatever. I drew this picture for him.
My Dad, 1917-1981
My Vietnam Veteran friend Tom had a dream that he and I were young Monks in training. We were walking away from the Ashram. He didn't know where we were going, but said we were probably going to get into some sort of mischief.
The End of Innocence
Before Katie and I were married, we drove to to John Day Monument in Oregon, in my 1963 F-150 pick-up truck. It was dark when we got there. We slept in the bed and we awoke in the morning to a wonderful display of the painted hills.
The Beach House