Photo Booth

Showing up with a Photo Booth makes for a fun event, no matter where. However, doing this at a company event can be spectacular. A photo booth is a vending machine or modern kiosk that contains an automated, usually coin-operated, camera and film processor. Today, the vast majority of photo booths are digital. Those real photo […]

A short history of flight

Dedicated to long lost friends: Phoenix 1.0 and DragonFly Phoenix With this multi-copter, or “drone” how it’s unfortunately called by so many, it all began. It was in October 2013, when Tom built his first Tri-copter, with wooden booms and a simplistic flight-controller. What I would call “a natural”, it was amazing seeing him fly […]

Brin’s Mesa

I have only been twice to Sedona – during my 1st visit, I very much enjoyed the scenic place with incredible red rock formations, but at the same, pooh-poohed the idea of Sedona’s “Energy Vortexes”. Still, there is something to that place that makes it very unique, wanting me to return. My 2nd visit happened after Labor […]

Cookstove Trail

The trailhead of Cookstove Trail is inside Oak Creek Canyon and just about in the middle, between Flagstaff and Sedona. Or more precisely, it is 15 miles south of Flagstaff or 12,7 miles north of Sedona on Arizona Highway 89A, near milepost 387, across a roadside water stop. The trail was originally built to provide forest firefighters access to Oak […]

Traditions

In a world of constant change, following or maybe even establishing a tradition seems unfashionable. Doing so still, may make you look antiquated, behind the times, even more so, if you are going out of your way, creating something non digital, something not sharable on Facebook. Regardless, since I am getting increasing enjoyment from the results of a […]