Every evening in Clarke Quay once the sun goes down bright neon lights bring the river to life. The colors slowly change, just subtly enough to notice if one is sitting down on the river eating dinner.
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Along the coasts of the some odd 7,000 islands that make up the nation of the Philippines, fisherman can be found in small boats like this. Small scale “commercial” fishing has been going on for thousands of years. Sadly, in our modern age of technology it has become harder and harder for simple fisherman to survive the competition brought by modernization.
Fulford, Colorado, population 2, is the kind of place that doesn’t even exist on Wikipedia. I went up to Fulford this weekend with some of my friends. After eight miles of bumpy unpaved roads I found myself in Colorado heaven. Fulford is mostly used as a spot for summer homes but was once a bustling mining town.
We even spotted a genuine mountain man (pictured above). We walked up to a (his?) cave and he ran out, pointed at us and then pointed down the cliff. So we left and enjoyed the rest of Folford.