So what do you do during the spring months in the Pacific Northwest if you’re a photographer and enjoy being outside? You go out in it. If you don’t you’ll end up sitting around the house wishing you had gone. Part of the decision to go out is usually based somewhat on the weather report. … More Rainy Days and Photowalks in the Pacific Northwest
Stumbled across an interesting jail in a historic old building in Noblesville (Hamilton County) Indiana today. It seems that Charles Manson spent some time here as a youth prior to becoming the person we know of today.
I’ve been asked who Team Rust is and why we go by that name. So I’ll try here to tell you who we are, how we came to be and what our mission has been and continues to be going forward. We are a small cadre of wannabe banditos exploring Americas past. I say cadre … More Team Rust
A friend of mine and I like riding around the high plains of the Pacific Northwest, specifically eastern Washington exploring old ghost towns and abandoned homesteads. Many, in this part of the country, date back to the mid 1800’s and just by looking at them you know these were hard times. Visiting old cemeteries is … More A Ghost Story (another Team Rust Adventure)
A short story of riding abandoned railroad tracks in Idaho … More Team Rust Rides The Rails in Idaho
Astoria, Oregon is the city connected to Washington State by this beautiful bridge. It’s also the city we Washingtonians drive right through on our way to Oregons beautiful west coast. It’s not a city that many people stop in because you’re almost always on your way to somewhere else. After too many years of doing … More Astoria, Oregon
The Pacific Northwest is wet. We have rain forests. In the winter months it can rain a lot. So what does a person who is otherwise active, likes to hike, take photographs and generally just likes being outside and not confined to the living room with the TV do? You go outside and play anyway. … More Rainy Northwest Days. Stay Home or Get Out In It?