Hank & Cap have been tootling eastwards lately, meandering through semi-ghostly small towns and sunny fields in secret valleys and piney hills…homeward bound towards family and memories.
Come along with the Boys as they wagon through this beautiful country:
The crookedy tree tells us we’re almost at our destination!
This lovely valley nestled in the berried hills has always been an interesting place.
Did you know that Hank’s favorite travel strategy is to immediately eat something gross on arrival? Which he barfs up all night and into the next?
As well committing other terrible atrocities we will not speak of?
Yes. Which means that Cap gets the pillows all to himself. Being a little slow to the party is his favorite strategy.
Speaking of parties, the boys love meeting new friends in old haunts…
Oh, hey there Bob.
How’s it going, beautiful?
…and Cap enjoys the green, green acres. Anyone seen my buffalo chaps?
The boys think this is one heck of a spot and can’t wait to get back.
Such good people, such good memories. Stay tuned for more H & Co. adventures east of the mountains!
The true nature of mountains is that they are mountains. They practice both stillness holding their place and moving with change. Men and women can be reborn through mountains. Ancestors abide in mountains. And mountains disappear the closer you are to them…Realizing fully the true nature of place is to talk its language and hold its silence.