Author Archives : webhank

A mid-week reset.


It’s funny – in a “how fucking long will it take you to learn this lesson” kind of way – how often I find myself in a rut. How often I don’t even try to get out of it. And how often the answer is so simple that I wonder what the problem was. A fire, some friends, and dusk…

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It’s been a while… Aperture: ƒ/2.2 Camera: iPhone 6s Plus Taken: 17 July, 2016 Focal length: 4.15mm ISO: 25 Shutter speed: 1/549s

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Pickin’ up chicks…


This is one of the 32 baby chicks we received in the mail yesterday. They arrived in a special card board box from IA and much to our surprise, all 32 are doing very well. These girls will start producing eggs for us this winter and represent the start of the boys’ egg business. For now they are in our…

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Breakfast


Everything kind of looks better in a #GSIoutdoors enamelware bowl. Aperture: ƒ/2.8 Camera: E-M5MarkII Taken: 27 July, 2015 Focal length: 17mm ISO: 200 Shutter speed: 1/320s

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Chicken TV is alive and well.


so much has been going on that catching you up would be fairly time consuming. if you want to read all about it – head over to mary’s blog. a short recap is. we’ve moved. we have land. we’re renovating the whole damned place and carving out a farm. the chicken is back (not all survived their time at the…

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Commute


It’s been raining all week and I am kind of sick of it. When I don’t get time on the bike, I am not at my best – I don’t wear boredom well. The upside, however, is the amazing vegetation. Here are a few shots from my “commute” home this evening. Aperture: ƒ/2 Camera: DSC-RX1 Taken: 8 May, 2015 Exposure…

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Bikes & Brews


I like riding bikes. Any type of riding. Racing is awesome, multiple hours long rides are awesome, riding with the kids to school is awesome, fat bikes are awesome, mountain bikes are awesome, cross bikes are awesome, gravel bikes are awesome, townies are awesome, road bikes are ok. Point is – bikes are just as fun now as they were…

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up with you!


years have become punctuated not as they were as a kid by holidays and school years, but by events signifying seasons. the year is broken up, by baseball season, elk season, christmas tree hunting, canning time and others. this week we hit one of those tic marks on the calendar. tomorrow is daylight savings time and that means it’s time…

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