Monthly Archives: July 2019
I don’t have anything new today, so here’s a cartoon from my Guess Who Got Lucky book: I drew the cartoons in that book about 35 or 36 years ago.
I’m heading up to Tierra Verde on the water near St. Petersburg today. Friends recently built a new house there, and I’m going to check it out. This is looking south. in the far distance on the left is Anna … Continue reading
Check the comments concerning global warming. I don’t want this site to be a political forum. I would welcome a scientific forum. I’m qualified to moderate. That’s one of the great things about comics, at least the way I do … Continue reading
I’ve probably mentioned this before. It’s people with no scientific training whatsoever who know more about science than scientists. The ice caps are melting. Europe is burning up. Sea levels are rising. Species are approaching extinction. Our planet is well … Continue reading
Did you ever see a red dragonfly? It was really bright red in the sunshine. And check out this cormorant drying his wings. He was fearless. Domineeka… Remember the Singing Nun?
Is anyone interested in an original strip? Next week I’m retrieving some from the Archives in Ohio. I only do this a couple of times a year. The next time I do it will be January or February, so if … Continue reading
So I took some pictures of a puppet that I made 45 years ago. I should have been a puppet guy. And here’s a comic that I drew 30 years ago…
You’re probably more familiar with Chilkoot Pass because of the famous photograph of prospectors going up the mountain. About 20 miles south of Chilkoot is White Pass. Both were used by the prospectors. The route through White Pass was shorter, … Continue reading
And I just got in. All I have tonight is a Sunday from 1998…