F A V O R I T E   P E O P L E

I met loads and loads of people on my trip. Unfortunately, I couldn't profile them all, so I had to be selective in who I chose. There were three basic and loose guidelines for selection. If a person met any of the three, it would be enough to tip the scales toward selection.

Guideline #1 - The individual had an interesting story to tell.
Guideline #2 - I spent a lot of time with the individual.
Guideline #3 - The individual paid me money.... ahhh, just kidding.

Actually, the third guideline was this. To feel some kind of "kindred connection" with the individual.

To all the folks I profiled, thank you very much for the opportunity to allow me to tell your story. I enjoyed meeting you all and look forward to maintaining contact with some of you in the future.

Now, for my favorites. Of all the folks I profiled, the following are those who really made my trip special. Some had opened my eyes to the ongoing human struggle, others had warmed my heart with their humor, friendliness, openness and generosity.

Alexander Christine & Ingrid Patrick Lindsay
Kristie, Kevin,
Chris & Marc
Joe Gordon & Denise Leonard

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Cody Nite Rodeo, Cody, WY
Arches National Park, Moab, UT
Maternal Family Home - from Grandparents to Aunt and Uncle, Medina, NY
Beale Street, Memphis, TN
Somewhere in Northeastern Arizona
Korean War Veterans Memorial, Washington, DC
The General Lee, Pigeon Forge, TN
Sculpted Corn Field, Carr Valley, WI
Buffalo near Grand Tetons, WY
Reindeer, Indian Petroglyph, Moab, UT
Pro-Life Demonstrators, US Supreme Court, Washington, DC
Ancient Sand Dunes, Arches National Park, UT
Sandpoint, ID
Lake Champlain, Burlington, VT