Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Armenian Railroad

Last Saturday morning I rousted Becca and the kids extra early in order to get to Hells Canyon during the morning hours. During the winter months the sun only shines on the face I have been bolting for about five hours. On our drive we came across a few sections of Armenian Railroad that I just had to stop and photograph.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

A few Pictures of my trip back to the States

A photo I took when Terry was giving me a ride back to San Diego to Catch my flight back to Armenia.
No trip to Utah is complete with out spending some time with my jeep in the mountains. Although I could have done with out having a U-Joint go out and ripping my out my rear breal-line.
The reason I went back to the States was to attend my Grandpa's funeral.

Some B&Ws of a dead tree out west of Ephraim.

A little mountain road up Ephraim Canyon.
Sun Set over Utah Lake.
MCRD. Where my life as a Marine began. This photograph was taken on the day Becca's Brother Josh Graduated Boot Camp.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Road trip'n Armenia

Mt Ararat

Noravank Monastery

Armenian Vinyard with Khor Virap Monastery and My Ararat in the back ground.
Old Church ruins in the gorge below Tatev Monastery.
Tatev Monastery.

Iranian Boarder fence.

Um Yeah...

Iranian big rig hauling tar, that rolled.

Arni Winery.

Chess board for sale at the Vernasage.

Climbing in Hells Canyon

Hells Canyon is one of the little gems we have discovered here while getting out to do some climbing.

A local cattle farmer that gave us Lavash, watermelon, cheese, and gave Van a ride on his donkey.