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My Exhibit of Driftwood Shacks

I did an exhibit of driftwood shacks on NorCal beaches last month at the Bolinas Museum. 26 photos from years of beachcombing. My friend Hans Frey shot this photo on opening day. I’m going to do a print-on-demand book on the subject as soon as I get the time. I have a lot of “content” that may work in this format. What I need these days is a clone.

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My Photo Exhibit of Driftwood Architecture Opening This Weekend

I’m doing my first ever photo exhibit, opening this Saturday at the Bolinas Museum. It’s part of a 2-month-long exhibit on the subject of makeshift architecture, and features artists Jay Nelson, Whiting Tennis, and Eirik Johnson, along with my photos of driftwood beach shacks along the northern California coast.

Rick Gordon has processed and printed 24 14 by 18″ prints and printed them here on our new Epson Stylus Pro 4900 ink jet printer. They look pretty darn good! The ingenuity of anonymous beachcomber artists.

The opening is this Saturday, April 2nd. At 2PM, I’ll talk a bit about my background and our 46 years of publishing books on building and fitness; at 3PM, there’s a reception.

Bolinas Museum

48 Wharf Road

Bolinas, California  94924

https://www.bolinasmuseum.org

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2nd-Day-of-Spring Trip to Mendocino County

Conjunction of Four

Sunday was the Spring Equinox (also Evan’s birthday).

Monday was Bach’s birthday.

Tuesday I left home at 6 AM for points north.

Wednesday (today) is the full moon.

Seals cormorants, seagulls at Jenner rivermouth

It was a spectacular drive along the coast. Clouds, rain, sun, mist, fog, along with thundering surf. Hills are the greenest of green. Cows, sheep, goats, horses grazing happily.

Music: “I just dropped into see what condition my condition was in by” the Launderettes

“You can have my husband, but please don’t mess with my man,” by Koko Taylor

“Look how me sexy,” reggae, by Linual Thomson…

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