Another Gallery Update

When I did uploaded all my road trip photos recently, I felt like there were several missing images, particularly from Cuervo and Tucumcari, New Mexico.
Last night, I found them! They were conveniently hidden on my iBook in the ~/roadtip/images directory. Clever, tricksey, wicked, filthy, stinking little jpegs! We hates them!
Anyway, I just added a them to the Eastbound — New Mexico album, precious.

25 thoughts on “Another Gallery Update”

  1. OMFG!! You take dorky pictures just lke me. *Grin*
    I LOVE your commentary. You should write a travel guide. Like Rick Steve’s or whatever his name is, only it’d be cool enough for your Monkeys.

  2. Wil, you’ve made me so homesick for this truly enchanted state! I lived in Santa Fe from 1991 to 1998, and still make the trip out from Dallas about once a year. You need to spend more time there to discover what a weird wonderful state of mind New Mexico really is!

  3. Hey Wil,
    A good way to get pictures of yourself without all the chins is to position the camera so you look up at it. Love the weblog!

  4. I just wanted to say how pleased I am that you’ve found the time to update so often and well, all while things seem to go swimmingly for you. So often in the past it has seemed that when you have time to update, it’s because you aren’t getting enough work and so have more time on your hands. Now, it seems like you have BOTH time AND work, and I’m very glad for you. Please keep writing. I love reading this stuff.

  5. Hey Wil! Great pictures! I’m from Germany, but was an exchange student in New Mexico. I lived in a village that was a mix of Tucumcari and Cuervo, I’d say, so I loved seeing those pictures. Made me a sentimental, but also very happy to live in Berlin. And man, I do miss those rootbeer floats at Sonic in Tucumcari. lol

  6. Hey Wil, those photos are FAB! i really enjoy looking at them all, and appreciating the time and effort that has gone into, not only the pictures, but the added captions too! Cheers dude! Keep up the GREAT work.

  7. The “box” with a roadrunner is an Albuquerque trash can. Ah, how I remember those suckers. You’d be amazed at how much fancier it all looks compared to just a few years ago.

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