Hands Across the Country

cutting the homegrown Meyer lemon in Ajo

cutting the homegrown Meyer lemon in Ajo

I’ve found myself taking pictures of people’s hands on this trip, and here are just a few. These first two of my hands were taken by Jim. I’m wishing I’d gotten a shot of the hand or hands of every friend along the way. Oh well, there are more to come.

mixing sidecars

mixing sidecars

Dawn making nori rolls

Dawn making nori rolls

Jim takes the next to last slice

Jim takes the next to last slice

Dawn sweeps up the last pieces from the windmill puzzle

Dawn sweeps up the last pieces from the windmill puzzle

she sorts pieces of the pepper puzzle

she sorts pieces of the pepper puzzle

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Doug slices the apple tart

Johnny grabs a hank of Mitch's hair

Johnny grabs a hank of Mitch’s hair

Paul reaches for the mud snake on the levee

Paul reaches for the mud snake on the levee

eating pizza at Blue Highways in Micanopy

eating pizza at Blue Highways in Micanopy, taken by Kathy

David cleans a quail

David cleans a quail

Chris minces garlic with the right tool for the job

Chris minces garlic with the right tool for the job

David harvests a green onion

David harvests a green onion

Bruce wraps potatoes for roasting on the fire

Bruce wraps potatoes for roasting on the fire

Dan drinks a beer

Dan drinks a beer

holding a mole cricket that leapt on Paul

holding a mole cricket that leapt on Paul

Kathy pats a warty pig

Kathy pats a warty pig

Kathy shows me the mystery plant

Kathy shows me the mystery plant

3 thoughts on “Hands Across the Country

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