It’s sometimes hard to keep up with where mule Polly has pulled the Lost Sea wagon. We’re crossing the Lost Sea, after all, right? To guide us, mule Polly rely on old fashioned paper maps. Nope, you won’t find any of those digitally sterile online computer maps here. Rather, you’ll find a photograph of the wrinkled atlas that’s bounced through hail, snow, dust devils, herds of antelope and three pickled prairie shrimp.
Below is a photo of our wagon map… Continue reading
Shi and Becky Hurst
It’s 13 degrees and blowing 20 knots on the Texas High Plains. You don’t want to look like a sissy wearing your poly neck warmer. Enter Shi and Becky’s bandana option… Also, we’ve added more dates to the 2009 RiverEarth.com program series. Click here for program times and dates… And finally, click here to see mule Polly’s route from Canada toward Mexico…
Merry floating Christmas (Melinda Penkava photo)
Traveling the Texas High Plains by wagon this holiday season, I think back to Christmas on the high seas. Click here for the nautical nativity scene….
East High Lonesome Lane
North of Conlen, Texas
On a 2000 mile wagon voyage across America, 500 feet can make all the difference – especially if they’re straight up. To get a view, and listen to the story, just click here….
Curious for an earful of the underground sea mule Polly and I are traversing? Then click here to listen to Duane Ackley’s well…
To catch a tumbleweed
Sailing around the world on the High Seas, I launched messages in bottles. Out here on the Lost Sea, I’m launching notes in tumbleweeds. Ready to roll? Click here for a tumblin’ tale…
Kansas Badlands self portrait
Logan County, Kansas
So you thought Kansas was flat, eh? Then click here for an eyefull…
Ever wonder why the Cat Lady smoked. Click here to why, tonight, I’ve lit up…. Continue reading
I confess. I haven’t shown you around the Lost Sea wagon much. Click here and I’ll give you the tour just as though you’d knocked on the front door… Continue reading
Alone on the range
Logan County, Kansas
Life in a country emptier than frontier days? Welcome to 21st Century western Kansas. Click here to listen to Barbara Shelton explain…