In the unknown eastside of Oregon lies a land of color, texture, and light.
Part 14, still floeing, still flowing. 6 July There are several things I wanted to write about but keep forgetting, so, I’ll see how this goes – the ice push: the ice […]
Continuing my S&R Tokyo Series… At a small laundromat in Tokyo I loitered outside to see how people go. They were slow. It was November and they were slow. But in Tokyo […]
Journeys gleam in never-ending dusk… Before my face scraped the road, I saw a shop that glowed. I couldn’t get inside, So the tender ghost without me died. This freed me to […]
… for a 1950s-era Chevy Apache beside the main drag of Tucumcari, New Mexico.
By Tamara Enz Abandoned buildings have long held intrigue for me. Who built them and why did they leave? Where did the builders come from and how did they get there – […]
By Tamara Enz Cynicism and sarcasm toward my country and its future are hard for me to get around these days; sometimes I trip over them in unexpected ways. This was clear […]
In the land of friendly liquor and benevolent caffeine… Part of my S&R Tokyo Series This Mormon boy (I didn’t get his name and it doesn’t matter) was on his mission at […]
“I’m down at the laundromat trying to get my washing done.” –The Pretenders Part of my S&R Tokyo Series When I travel to Tokyo I stay in an apartment building in Nakano […]
Homelessness ain’t just an American thing… Part of my S&R Tokyo Series He was selling The Big Issue Japan on the south side of Nakano Station, so despite his immaculate appearance I […]