"Not 'Hollywood Independent' - writer John Oak Dalton is the real Real Thing." --Cinema Minima."Very weird and unpopular b-movies and comics."--Blogalicious. "After watching the film I am left to wonder if he had some childhood trauma he is not telling us about."--IMDB user review. "Screenwriter John Oak Dalton wanted to be in Hollywood. Instead, he's in the rustic kitchen above the Germania General Store, stirring a pot of boiling hot dogs."
--The Harrisburg Patriot-News.
I wish I could say this was a fake picture, but I was taking a little nap on the floor on Father's Day and Bonnie sidled up next to me for some snoozing as well. My wife was responsible for this blackmail photo. Sweet Dreams and Happy Father's Day!
Two labyrinths in New Harmony, Indiana. Spookiest place I have been in since I visited Salem Massachusetts a few summers ago. I really can't put my finger on it except to say that the whole place kind of reminds me The Village from the classic show "The Prisoner," although I think the food and coffee is better here.
Twilight at the Roofless Church in New Harmony, Indiana, the former site of a Utopian colony way down in the toe of the state. My fear of getting hit by lightning entering a church greatly increased here.
Checking out the Evansville Otters at Bosse Field, the third oldest ballpark in America (after Fenway and Wrigley). Otters lose a heartbreaker but I make my second stop on my quest to break my former record and visit six ballparks this summer.
Taking a break from a weekend trip to Cincinnati to read along with my daughter's college Young Adult Lit class. Stayed in a cabin, boated, camped, ate ribs, went to Jungle Jim's and Ikea. Feeding my head.