Archive for the ‘Travel’ Tag

A Texas Hill Country Throwback (06/21/02)   3 comments

Hill Country Rocking ChairA Texas Hill Country Throwback (06/21/02) — Image by kenne

In this time of the pandemic
we spend a lot of time
thinking about getting away.

But where to go and stay safe.
The safest way to travel now
is through my many photos.

Till COVI-19 decides to leave town,
we will travel in captured moments
before we will be getting away.

— kenne

New Orleans Art (12/26/07)   1 comment

New Orleans 2007Kenne & Joy In New Orleans (12/26/07) — Photo-Artistry by kenne

New Orleans 2007Decatur Street, New Orleans (12/26/07) — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Heart Within A Heart

Ther is a heart within your heart
A place go when all the trouble starts
When your world spins upside down and falls apart
There is a heart within your heart

There is a soul within your soul
A secret room only angels know
Come on baby, leave your fear, rise up and go
To the soul within the soul

— Tom Russell

Flashback — Shenandoah Valley   Leave a comment

Shenandoah Valley-09-03-06Shenandoah Valley, September 3, 2006 — Image by kenne


Posted June 25, 2020 by kenneturner in Information, Panorama, Photography

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Ready To Start Going Places   Leave a comment

San Antonio, April 2009San Antonio River Walk — Image by kenne

As people in retirement, age, and cancer limit the risks we can take, which limits when
we can start traveling again. Before the pandemic, we were planning on visiting family
in Virginia and New Hampshire this month. We also hope to be able to attend Jerri and Justin’s
wedding in early August in Austin — we will see. Yes, we are ready to begin traveling,
but HOVID-19 might have another idea.

— kenne

Graber Olive House Painting   3 comments

graber-olive-house-1-of-1-7_art-ii-blog-iiComputer Painting by kenne

Travel becomes an excuse for taking photographs to use in creating memories.

— kenne

Bacochibampo Bay   Leave a comment

Playa de Cortes -- Seaside (1 of 1) blog IIBacochibampo Bay (January 24, 2016) — Images by kenne

Guaymas (1 of 1) blog

Guaymas Seagull (1 of 1) blog


Bacochibampo Bay is where Hotel Playa de Cortes in Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico is located. This is where we stayed January 24, 2016 during our trip to Sonora, Mexico. This traditional and historic hotel founded in 1936, proud of once welcoming celebrities like the mexican actress Maria Felix, the musician Ray Conniff and the American actress and singer Liza Minnelli, as well as important figures of the political world that made a home out of our Guaymas hotel. – See more at:

Capturing The Moment — Lake Powell/Wahweap Marina   1 comment

Marina Lake Powell Resorts (1 of 1) blogWahweap Marina (The Navaho Power Plant In the distance.)

Marina Lake Powell Resorts (1 of 1)-2 blogWalking to the boat dock.

Marina Lake Powell Resorts (1 of 1)-3 blogOur boat ran.

Marina Lake Powell Resorts (1 of 1)-4 blogLeaving Wahweap Marina.

Marina Lake Powell Resorts (1 of 1)-7 blogWe spent the 2 1/2 hour ride on the upper deck — most were in the shade of the lower deck.

Marina Lake Powell Resorts (1 of 1)-5 blogJoy with headset around her neck as the boat was speeding toward some of the small canyon shorelines.

Marina Lake Powell Resorts (1 of 1)-6 blogImages by kenne

It rained yesterday,

But our day on Lake Powell

Was just meant to be.

The first night of our vacation in Page, Arizona. The next morning we were on Lake Powell before driving on to Springdale, Utah outside of Zion National Park.



Capturing The Moment — The Eye Of The Pelican   4 comments

Thanksgiving 2012 OceansideThe Eye of the Pelican — Image by kenne

The Pelican

A wonderful bird is the pelican,

His bill will hold more than his belican,

He can take in his beak

Enough food for a week

But I’m damned if I see how the helican!

— Dixon Lanier Merritt


A Sign of Adventure In the Parking Lot   1 comment

Image by kenne

Deciding to pull up roots and move from The Woodlands, Texas to Tucson was not an easy decision. But, what about a family of six that decides to travel all 50 states in 12 months? Now that takes a lot of guts, but then, that’s what adventure is all about. “No guts, no glory!” To say the least, we were impressed when we saw this car in the Sabino Canyon parking lot. Check out the web site at


Posted January 15, 2011 by kenneturner in Life

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