Mt. Bachelor, Oregon

Mt. Bachelor, Oregon

Montana Sunset

Montana Sunset

Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Fire Buckets

Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Fire Buckets

Lake Quinault on the Olympic Peninsula

Lake Quinault on the Olympic Peninsula

Bitterroot Valley Hay Field

Bitterroot Valley Hay Field

Quick Notes

Well, the story is simple: After about 20 years of Web designing, development, and consulting I, Roger, am taking a break and refocusing my energies. What you see here is my new site that reflects these changes. Oh, sure, you will find the Portfolio page that has a bunch of the latest projects. Naturally, you will want to see those, right? But, you will also find all sorts of new and interesting things. I have a TON of material, and I want to keep it all here for you to discover.

Have fun looking around!

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The Famous Watermelon
The Famous Watermelon
Luggage Tag Sale! “Lens On The World” Zazzle Store Sale
Luggage Tag Sale! “Lens On The World” Zazzle Store Sale
Hey, Great News! Zazzle, where I have a store called "Lens On The World" is offering a sale on luggage tags for the next few...
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Book Report: Safari
Book Report: Safari
I first saw the book Safari in back in the late '80s when it was originally published. The author, Bartle Bull, is well known for...
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Palm Shadows
Palm Shadows
And the Fog Rolled In …
And the Fog Rolled In …
As the Halloween approaches I am reminded of this incident:   One Friday afternoon a call was patched through to my line. The caller was...
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Sun & Surf
Sun & Surf

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The Famous Watermelon
The Famous Watermelon
Luggage Tag Sale! “Lens On The World” Zazzle Store Sale
Luggage Tag Sale! “Lens On The World” Zazzle Store Sale
Hey, Great News! Zazzle, where I have a store called "Lens On The World" is offering a sale on luggage tags for the next few...
Read More
Book Report: Safari
Book Report: Safari
I first saw the book Safari in back in the late '80s when it was originally published. The author, Bartle Bull, is well known for...
Read More
Palm Shadows
Palm Shadows
And the Fog Rolled In …
And the Fog Rolled In …
As the Halloween approaches I am reminded of this incident:   One Friday afternoon a call was patched through to my line. The caller was...
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Sun & Surf
Sun & Surf
Cases, Monitors, and Foam
Cases, Monitors, and Foam
I was cleaning my desk today. As I was doing that task I was mumbling and grumbling about all the “technology stuff” that was in...
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Devon Train Station
Devon Train Station

The Famous Watermelon

The Lincoln Watermelon
This aluminum statue of a watermelon in Lincoln, IL commemorates the naming of the town by Abraham Lincoln. Associates of Lincoln suggested the name, and the future president christened the town by pouring juice from a watermelon that had been scooped out with a tin cup. Mr. Lincoln is reported to have said at the moment, “I’ve never known anything by the name of Lincoln that has ever amounted to much.”