Monday, April 17, 2006

Burning the weeds off the old airstrip, in Fort Frances. Children wait nearby, to enter the field and harvest the roasted deerticks.
Burning the weeds off the old airstrip, in Fort Frances. Children wait nearby, to enter the field and harvest the roasted deerticks.
Burning the weeds off the old airstrip, in Fort Frances. Children wait nearby, to enter the field and harvest the roasted deerticks.

Burning the weeds off the old airstrip, in Fort Frances. Children wait nearby, to enter the field and harvest the roasted deerticks.


New Crane painting, on the Bingorage Studio window.
New Crane painting, on the Bingorage Studio window.

New Crane painting, on the Bingorage Studio window.

New Crane painting, on the Bingorage Studio window.

New Crane painting, on the Bingorage Studio window.

New Crane painting, on the Bingorage Studio window.
My camera's memory cards filled up, before I finished the painting. I'll post the finished product in a day or so.


A pile of deathbikes. Read the deathbike posting, here.
A pile of deathbikes.


Moose button.
Moose button.




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4 comments:

Picard102 said...

I was out there most of the day and smell like campfire now. At least the ticks are gone.

JLB said...

The crane painting is looking great Eric, and I totally dig the moose button.

Out of curiosity, just what do you mean by "Children wait nearby, to enter the field and harvest the roasted deerticks"? What do they do with them?

Hoka-shay-honaqut said...

Hey JLB;
Just joshing. Some places in the world and in history, it was easy to get a meal by torching a bit of prairie and and gobbling up the grasshoppers, lizards, gophers, etc... afterwards. The children, here, don't eat bugs (as far as I know).

JLB said...

Thanks for the clarification... I know that folks eat bugs in many other parts of the world, but I was a little surprised about the suggestion of eating ticks! :)

Check this out if you're interested... these folks are eating spiders (somehow, I don't know if I could do that...)

http://toasterthing.blogspot.com/2006/03/cambodians-would-kick-ass-on-fear.html