Apalachicola Florida – apalahchi, meaning “on the other side”, and okli, meaning “people” The home port for a variety of seafood workers, including oyster harvesters and shrimpers. More than 90% of Florida’s oyster production is harvested from Apalachicola Bay
Anyone who knows me knows that I have been a motorcycle nut all my life. Motorcycles are and always have been works of Art. This is a collection of images (mostly still life) of classic motorcycles and a few with the owners. Hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
The Art of the Motorcycle
Canyon de Chelly is owned by the Navajo Nation. It is the only National Park Service unit that is owned and cooperatively managed in this manner. Approximately 40 Navajo families live in the park. Access to the canyon floor is restricted, and visitors are allowed to travel in the canyons only when accompanied by a park ranger or an authorized Navajo guide. The only exception to this rule is the White House Ruin Trail. The photo displayed here is on that trail.
Canyon de Chelly – White House Ruin