Day 216 – Old and New


Walking through downtown Lexington, Kentucky; what caught my attention was the contrast of old vs. new buildings. I wanted to show that contrast in one photo.

Day 215 – Fire Escape

The Opera House fire escape, Lexington, Kentucky

We drove down to Lexington, Kentucky today. Vicki is scheduled to take the practical exam to complete her Certification in Partial Dentures, giving her certification in two specialties, Dentures and Partials. Vicki is co-owner of the Schmitt Dental Lab. As we were driving through downtown Lexington, we noticed the Opera House, and I especially liked the way the fire escape looked, the black steel against the red brick. I hope to have a little more time tomorrow, after Vicki completes the practical exam. Good luck Vicki, I know you will do well.

Day 196 – Bike Week Eve

Bike week begins tomorrow, so that would make today, Bike Week Eve. Bikers have begun filing in and setting up camp, and oh yes, having fun. That’s what it’s all about right?

Below are a few photos from today…click on any of the thumbnails below to view larger images.

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Special thanks to Bradley for stopping by inspite of the loud motorcyles, and the 50 caliber cap gun sounding off, you can see Bradley was a little nervous, but he still was brave enough to pose.

Day 175 – Day Lilly Dew

We had a heavy dew this morning in Frankenmuth, Michigan. I took an early Saturday morning stroll to the Frankenmuth Visitor’s Center and captured the day lillies covered with morning dew.

If you’ve never been to Frankenmuth before, you owe it to yourself to visit. Frankenmuth is also known as “Little Bavaria” and is a Sister city to Gunzenhausen, Germany.