Famed fishing guide Mike Norton in the pontoon boat has already started for his pier: Green Lake, Wisconsin, a celebrated lake trout deep fishing lake.
Exciting action at local Navajo Nation rodeos: Shonto, Navajo Nation, Arizona.
Green Lake, Wisconsin's deepest, some years dances between freeze and thaw.
Amnesty International Mission to Franco's Spain, San Sebastian (1975).
Private Fireworks Display, Green Lake, Wisconsin
Backdrop: Newspaper Rock, Anasazi Petroglyphs and Pictographs near Tuba City, Arizona, Navajo Nation.
Green Lake, Wisconsin, has ancient Native American historical importance: hundreds of effigy mounds once surrounded the lake, and the Ho Chunk regard it with veneration.
Brook trout in the stream, deer bedded down so close, Mac almost tripped over a buck--listening to our campfire Dylan music?
My younger brother taught me so much: we had a treasured adventure spending the best part of a snowy February day deep in Idaho pine forest, two brothers loving the snow and the hot spring.
Private Acothley Downs racecourse provides thrilling races open to all near Tuba City, Arizona.
A painting. Green Lake, Wisconsin.
A tribute to my late close friend Huang, Head of Asian Research for Amnesty International in London when we were co-delegates on A.I.'s first mission to Marco's Philippines. He joined a backpacking trip into Idaho's Bighorn Crags.