So fun to see my fruits card featured on Avenue 126 along with so many other great illustrators!
A few days at a remarkably well-preserved 1920s lodge on the north shore of Lake Superior.
Happy to have my photo on the cover of this fantastic collection of campervans and their owners.
I’ve got a painting in this year’s event!
Saying good-bye to my house and Minneapolis.
The final stretch of packing and moving house.
One of the best patios in town and a menu created only with produce grown on its very own farm.
Coming to you this weekend from Minneapolis!
Day trip from Portland along the historic Columbia River Highway.
My oh my did this week go quickly! Our only plans for the weekend are to check out the Mount Hood Scenic Byway, which starts in Portland. Last Sunday we ate dinner outside at Stammtisch—they threw the doors open to the sidewalk and the sound of the soccer game drifted out to us. Just yes to … Read More
It’s the weekend! What are your plans? Last weekend we had the best time in Boise celebrating my niece’s birthday and this weekend we’ve got plans to hit up the Wood & Faulk sample sale on Saturday (from 10-2 if you are in the Portland area). Some links I’ve collected this week: + If you want a … Read More
Anthony took the cover photo for Leigh Ann Henion’s new memoir, Phenomenal.
We made it back out to the beach for a long weekend a few weeks ago. Lots of walking and dune picnics and that’s about all there is to tell!
Vintage maps of train travel time from New York to the West.
Six of the beaches we visited in January.
My new project, Minnesota Landscapes, is ready to view!
I know it’s been way too long since I’ve been around here. And I don’t mean the almost total absence since I posted from the road, but since we left Berlin…and even arguably before that. And really what is up with that? Especially in the last couple of months, when we have generally been living life … Read More
Today the world lost a lovely lady and this blog lost a loyal reader and friend. My heart is heavy for her family and their huge loss. It will be hard to know that, from here on out, the blog posts I write will not be answered by her thoughtful emails commenting on whatever I’ve shared. I … Read More
I never thought our December departure from Minneapolis would look and feel like spring. The air had that earthy, just-rained kind of smell as we packed up the car and the ground was muddy instead of icy. But there you are. I’m sure winter will return soon. Prep for the road included timing a loaf … Read More
Winter came early this year. It began exactly on November 10, when I opened my eyes to this scene outside. I’ve been trying to make the best of it—baking and cooking a lot. Also we got a new rug, which has changed everything and I don’t know how we ever did without it. I love … Read More