$2 Well Spent

Sitka with her socks on... Dating back to 1944, the term "socked in" refers to particularly foggy conditions in which the windsock used to indicate wind direction, can't be seen from air traffic control.

In August of 2016 I took a trip to Alaska to visit my brother in his new home. It was in a tiny thrift store in Sitka Alaska that I found this classic point and shoot camera. The price tag: $2!

 

I purchased the camera and shot a few rolls through it during my trip. Low and behold it was still in great working condition.

Lee and his co-conspirator, creative partner, and all around pal, Kendall in Juneau AK

Sitka is located on Baranof Island accessible by plane or in this case ferry.

Sitka, an Alaskan city and quintessential small town community.

 

Never far from the water in this town.

 

The evening began to unravel
The middlest finger at “P Bar”
Hungover housesitting in the hills