Photo of the Week – June 19, 2017


Mount Rushmore?

On my way out west to begin my River Adventure last summer, I caught several sights I hadn’t seen before. (My first time in South Dakota!) On my visit to Mt. Rushmore, I discovered a rarely seen perspective – showing only Washington’s head – on an outer road outside the National Park.  Taken on July 25, 2017.  For the traditional view of Mt. Rushmore, click here.

From the Maine to Alaska Collection 

Photo of the Week – June 5, 2017



These US Army soldiers from the 1870s are available to take you on a tour of General George Custer’s home (upon whose porch they are standing), as it existed back before he left on his (in)famous last campaign.  The house still sits on the grounds of Fort Abraham Lincoln, across the Missouri River from Bismarck, ND.  Taken on August 12, 2016.  For two other pictures of Custer’s Home (originally shared back in March), see Custer 1 and/or Custer 2.

From the Rollin’ Down the River Collection


Photo of the Week – May 29, 2017



I’ve used this picture before, and somewhat recently.  But what better way to combine BOTH another River memory with a Memorial Day message of remembrance and best wishes?

Taken in Atchison, KS, at the Amelia Earhart Memorial Bridge over the Missouri River on August 30, 2016.  (Rollin On The River Collection)

Here is a 2-minute video of a 2013 light show on this bridge, posted by the KS Dept of Transportation.

Photo of the Week – May 15, 2017


Hermann, MO – Sunset on the River 

The moon, the Gasconade County Courthouse, the MO River, the bridge, and the sunset!  A beautiful summer’s evening in Hermann, MO.  Taken on September 7, 2016.

For a wider focus on the bridge & River, see HermannSunset2.  For daytime view of the Courthouse from the front, see Courthouse2.  To see the Boonville sunset from the last Mailing, see BoonvilleSunset.

From the Rollin’ On The River collection.