Monochromatic Self Portrait

This project taught me a lot about remixing paints to match previous shades. There are parts mainly in the hair where I wish I did better but as far as i can tell no two shades are the same. 39 more words


Arches National Park and a Surprising Stop In Moab

We continued our trip north through Utah, passing through charming desert towns like Mexican Hat, and close to more canyons like the Canyonlands, as we meandered towards the unassuming Utah hotspot, Moab. 1,605 more words


A Photo Journey: Arches National Park

A recent chain of events (a record-breaking polar vortex which led to a four-day school cancellation which led to a reorganization of the photo cupboard) brought to light a long-forgotten photo album of our first Southwest road trip.  442 more words

Moments to Remember

Jeremiah 48:47“Yet I will restore the fortunes of Moab In the latter days,” declares the LORD.” (NAS)

I can still feel my excitement when I saw Arches National Park and the red rocks and arches near Moab, Utah. 312 more words

Devotions - Hiking

Results from the ARCHES trial presented yesterday in San Francisco

On Thursday, here in San Francisco, Dr. Andrew Armstrong first presented the results of the so-called ARCHES trial of enzalutamide (Xtandi) + standard androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) in the treatment of men with metastatic, “hormone-sensitive” prostate cancer (mHSPC). 638 more words

Day 98 – 8th April – Connecting the Parts (pt2)

Despite some inclement weather today (light rain for most of the late afternoon), I’ve managed to get the second new top frame up and connected to the grapevine arches. 54 more words


Day 96 – 6th April – Connecting the Parts (pt 1)

So with the wood ready to put in place I’ve replaced one set (two cross beams and 6 connecting batons) of the grapevine arches top frame. 52 more words