“Do not meddle in the affairs of Dragons
because you are crunchy and
good with ketchup.”
This page is in a state of Constant Creation, and is always being worked on. Until it is done (The way I like to tinker? Yeah, right!), enjoy these other diversions:
Visit the Dragonman Speaks! Web Site to learn about the human behind the Dragon. Click the picture below to go to the site
or go to http://home.comcast.net/~dragonmanspeaks
Alright, so it is not quite on par with finding lost photos of aliens in Area 51, but I recently came across some photos from my last trip to Las Vegas, just before New Years, 2009.
Check out the page for that trip!
December 18, 2011
As I was putting the above web page together about my last Las Vegas trip, I received word that my cousin Gloria Bransky passed away at 78 years old. Here she is, a young and vibrant 76, in the lobby of the Hotel Bellagio. Gloria was a long time resident of Las Vegas and loved to lunch at their café.
She will not be forgotten by me or my family.
June 16 - June 25, 2009
August 16, 2009
I spent 10 wonderful days in Japan. The trip is told in a blog format and is being illustrated with the photos I took. There are still lots of photos to catalog and work into the story, so check back frequently.
To visit the Japan Adventure web site, click the banner below.
My Photo Albums
The Japan Trip is still being worked on. This is a more massive project than I realized. Please be patient!
This Wyrm is part Book Worm
Dragons like to hoard stuff. I give into my draconic nature through hoarding books. Depending on where you click, this link will either take you to the book you are pointing at or my LibraryThing profile and library listing. Click on "Books from my LibraryThing" for my profile or a specific book for more information on that book.
Still to Come:
- Links to Bicycling Adventures
- Links to Geoching Adventures
- Anything I Feeling Like Griping About!
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