The new header image was shot at the Belle Chevre Cheese Shop and Tasting Room in Elkmont, Alabama. The shop was dog friendly and offered sandwiches, goat cheese and hand made fig ice cream.
The shop sits along the Richard Martin Trail. If you start your hike south or north of town you can stop at the tasting room for lunch before heading back to your car.
Warren Dunes State Park on the shore of Lake Michigan. May 8, 2016.
This is a pretty amazing place and well worth the visit if you’re in the area. Be sure to do the full hiking loop for the best experience. We practically had the place to ourselves on our visit.
My new cover photo is of Independence Day fireworks on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. July 4, 2013.
My new cover photo is of the 1975 Wide World of Sports Superteams tug-of-war competition. The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Minnesota Vikings met on Waikiki Beach for the showdown. Keith Jackson and O.J. Simpson hosted the show and are talking in the center of the image. My father took the photo.
So, am I technically photo bombing her? Magic Kingdom, Florida.
I traveled to Orlando this past weekend as chaperon with my daughter’s high school choir. I took this photo of a tired man at dusk at the Magic Kingdom. By this point in the day I felt like he looks.
Painters on the steeple at First United Methodist Church in Huntsville, Alabama.
I ran across this guy trying to climb a palm tree on the University of Florida campus last Saturday. He was actually making a good go of it, but finally had to give up and drop to the ground. It turns out he was trying to retrieve a football and shoe from the branches. His buddy started hurling his remaining shoe to try to dislodge the other two. When we walked by later the tree was empty, so they figured something out.
A coyote I spotted on Redstone Arsenal. Madison, Alabama.
KenBooth: I was honored that our office was presented today with a flag that flew over Camp Vulcan, Afghanistan. Thanks Mike
This flag, which flew over Camp Vulcan in Afghanistan, was presented to our office today by Mike Tomberlin, a Field Artillery Major in the Alabama Army National Guard, who just returned from a year-long tour in Afghanistan. Mike posted regular updates on his experiences in his Yellowhammering Afghanistan blog on al.com.