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It has become apparent that, despite the existence of lots of pithy commentary, visitors to just want to see the photos, nicely captioned one apiece. So let's finally give the people what they want.

Each photo here is the best (or two best) of one directory. Perhaps one day there will be travelogs for each one. But let's start small at first. For now, clicking on each title will just get you a list of related photos. Some lists have displays with captions. A click on each photo there, will get to a bigger photo.

Most recent stuff first. Photos will be added as they get catalogued.

2021 and Beyond

Now including 2024!

I have made a trip to the U.S. east coast! I even went back, for eclipse hunting!




Everett has developed its skyline, with sunrise and mountains as background. But not everyone may find that advantageous.




U.S. east coast family fun, including a wedding.


Car Shows Come Back

Stuff Comes Back - Including the Planets

The world opened up for festivals and tourism also. And more concerts, plus theatre. But more importantly, oh wow, the planets. That's the Moon and Jupiter, besieging Everett-Washington.


Comics plus a Guest

Concerts Come Back

I spent a lot of the year on home organization - including a home workstation for remote work, plus all my comic books. But rock concerts started coming back by the end of the year, led by that guy who drummed for Rare Earth.


I went to ground, none too soon after last year's adventures. Barely in time to build a new life before pandemic.... My job is only getting more important. Fortunately I've traveled enough for a while. (See 2019 below.) So I probably won't be travelling this year. (And neither will you.) Thus far, the whole list of my 2020 photos is "Everett-Washington"... Oops, my Bitstrips collection fits in here also!

Everett, WA

Cherry Blossoms

Scott Really Is a Junior Park Ranger

Everett-Washington is North American Pandemic Ground Zero. Amazon of course is still running its warehouses. The events of 2019 have placed me alongside them. So I help them ship critical packages of diapers, pet food, ramen noodles, and energy drinks to the homebound. Meanwhile, nature is blooming right on schedule.


Snow Fort

Karen Will Dump Scott On Her Head

Bitstrips once gave people an opportunity to become cartoons and relate to each other. Scott and his sister Karen related better when they both became cartoons. But many others are portrayed also.

2019, Part 2

I have declared the Pacific Northwest to be my home. I have come home now. I now base trips from there. Having conquered all 50 states prior to this, my new conquest map says WA, OR, CA, IN.

Everett, WA


Halloween at the Warehouse

This event is latest, but it gets to lead the list... The District of Dominance is operational again - in Everett-Washington. Now sponsored by Amazon.



The Locals

In the middle of declaring my new District of Dominance, I was called away to Indiana for alliance - a high school reunion.

Puget Sound

Wrath of Winter

Local Attraction

Regular operations in and around the District of Dominance, for several months prior while the Dominator ran errands with doctors and dentists.


Institute of Elf-Defense

St. Patrick's Day

Early in the year the Domination of Eiler went on small offensives on all sides of the District of Dominance, just to spend time in different places. First to the north, in Bellingham-WA.

Central Washington

Ambiance of Yakima

Columbia Gorge

Cle Elum, Ellensburg, Yakima, Sunnyside, and Moses Lake.

Olympic Peninsula

Irrigation Festival Princesses

The Local River

Sequim and some side trips.

U.S. 101

The Closest Thing to a Cathedral

The Local River

South of Seattle and down the coast - all the way back to central California.


Damned Immigrants

The Bridge

Central California, including San Francisco.

Return to Interstate 5

The Closest Thing to Culture The Closest Thing to Divinity

The Founder

Back to Seattle, on the inland route.

2019, Part 1

The Domination of Eiler is a pen name for my travelogs. It declares its 2019 travels to have started the day after Christmas 2018. This allowed the Dominator an extra week to finish the Second Continental Offensive by the end of January, so as to start from Connecticut and still resume garrison of the District of Dominance near Seattle. And now the Domination of Eiler has established its presence in all fifty United States.



Maryland had a scenic rest area.

West Virginia


State Museum

The Domination's expeditionary force turned west from Frederick-Maryland to cross its Frontline toward West Virginia. That state was thereby occupied overnight for the first time. The second time too. Morgantown and Charleston both submitted.


Hot Brown

Catfish and Grits

Kentucky was mostly distinguished by its unique cuisine. Never mind the grits and catfish and onion rings; turkey poutine on mashed potatoes (the "Hot Brown") is considered a delicacy.

And that is really all the photographic evidence the Domination of Eiler conquered in Kentucky. Most of the time there was spent among allies; the Domination gave them the right to privacy.



Fort Smith

Arkansas was the 49th state to submit to the Domination of Eiler. Its city of Fort Smith was surprisingly entertaining, due to breweries and multiple historic sites. That city joins Fargo-North Dakota and Sioux City-Iowa in that distinction. Perhaps the Domination should explore that longitude more.


Sunset on the Trail of Tears

Oklahoma was the 50th state to submit to the Domination of Eiler. It submitted a neighborhood whose finest restaurant was Dave and Busters. The state museum was closed for the two days the Domination occupied. So this photo album is borrowing a photo taken from Arkansas, of sunset over the former Indian Territory at the end of the Trail of Tears.


Palo Duro Canyon

Big Texan Motel

Entered the state by land for the first time. Occupation for one night in Amarillo, in a fine motel (and brewery) which has figured out how to survive without Route 66.

New Mexico

Like Texas, entered by land for the first time. No photos, but two nights occupied. The Dominator hereby gives Gallup-New Mexico back to the Navajo nation; they dominate the place anyway. It's like a trading post to them. As for Moriarty, just keep welcoming truckers and other travelers.


Grand Canyon

Wannabe Ghost Town

The Grand Canyon, conquered from the south side this time. Plus a bunch of communities which wish Route 66 were made great again.


Fremont Street

Family Fun

Entered and left Las Vegas from the south this time. It was just a convenient place to spend a couple of days, while California decided whether or not to have landslides. But Eiler-allies were waiting, and Fremont Street was enjoyable.

California Route 99, Interstate 5

Fresno Brewery District

Local Attraction

Here I have to start distinguishing my trips up and down the U.S. West Coast... This time, it rained in the Mojave Desert. But the South Central Valley was like hundreds of miles of Chicago suburb. Still, the Domination's expedition crossed California the long way - about 800 miles. Then on through Oregon, and home to Washington.

2018, Part 2

2018 was the start of the Second Continental Offensive of the Domination of Eiler. The expedition crossed North America from west to east, in time for Winter Solstice holidays.


Rainbows Fill the Sky

The Wildlife Frolics

Rainbows filled the sky and the wildlife frolicked, to see the start of the offensive. The expedition moved through remote mountainous areas until first freeze came, and then went back to main highways.

The panhandle of Idaho was occupied for one night. Otherwise, it was not worth mentioning on this trip.


The Wall of the Prison

The Edge of Town

A swath of Montana was previously conquered by the Domination of Eiler in 2010. This year the Domination simply occupied some more places near that same swath, including near the Little Big Horn. Then it turned aside and crossed its Frontline, to conquer new lands.


Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River

Elk Town

The famous national park deserves its own category. But it is considered to be in rebellion against the Domination of Eiler, due to ongoing road construction which guarantees five-mile backups of traffic. Alternate routes into the park were not guaranteed open, because winter really does start in October there. The famous geyser thereby resisted, but the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River was conquered.


Wyoming Has Big Buttes

Wyoming Has Big Buttes

Wyoming was the 46th state to submit to the Domination of Eiler. Technically it submitted at Yellowstone, but the Domination made sure to conquer the northeastern part of the state also. It even spent extra time, because winter really does start in October there.

South Dakota

The Great Gate of Rushmore

Wartime with the Minuteman

South Dakota was the 47th state to submit to the Domination of Eiler. An ally welcomed the expeditionary force into Rapid City and the Black Hills. After that, one little town and one missile command center submitted.


The Great Gate of Monowi

Monowi City Hall

Nebraska was the 48th state to submit to the Domination of Eiler. It submitted a town in which for decades only Eilers have resided. The Domination's expedition made contact with Elsie Eiler, the mayor and entire population of Monowi. The Domination then occupied the nearest Indian casino resort, that being the most reliable lodging.


Missouri River


Iowa is known to the Domination of Eiler, via raids from Illinois. This time the Domination entered the state from the west for the first time. Sioux City was surprisingly enjoyable, due to breweries and historic sites. The expedition then re-entered the Frontline of the Domination, near the Mississippi River in Dubuque.


The Great Gate of Galena

Nighttime with the Moon

The expedition wasted little time crossing northern Illinois. Galena got one day of occupation, before the Dominator held office hours near Chicago.


Foyt Wine Vault

Mad Anthony's Brewery

The Domination held office hours in its ancestral homeland of Speedway-Indiana. The most remarkable thing about the town right now is, race car driver A.J. Foyt operates a wine bar on Main Street.


The Back Gate of MSU

Turkey Barn

Occupied for office hours in previous homeland Lansing, plus the Eiler-allied land of Kalamazoo. But that was still a lot of adventure.


Cedar Point, Off Season

Cleveland, Always In Season

Cedar Point-Ohio was entirely pleasant in its off-season. Cleveland then occupied the Dominator's attention, just long enough to prevent his expeditionary force from being stranded behind jackknifed semi-trailers in Pennsylvania and thereby being compelled to spend the night sheltering on a cot in a high school.


Up the Back Road

Occupied just long enough for transit, but Pennsylvania provided some welcome.


Upscale Nunnery

Mark Twain's House

Connecticut was the main destination for this offensive, to link up with more associate-Eilers in time for Thanksgiving. This link-up was so successful, the Dominator was compelled to take refuge in a boarding house with nuns because others of the clan had claimed the clan lodgings. After that, New Haven and Hartford were occupied, then Sturbridge-Massachusetts just because it was convenient.


A Graveyard

A Town Commons

Massachusetts (and all of Connecticut north and east of Fairfield County) serves the Domination of Eiler as a nice refuge from associate-Eilers. It's kind of like hiding in the attic. The Domination hereby thanks the numerous people in New England who sheltered or made contact with its expedition.

After a goodwill tour of southern New England, the expediton returned to Fairfield County-Connecticut for Christmas ritual.

Rhode Island

A Museum

A Christmas Train

Woonsocket on a weekend or two.

2018, Part 1

The Domination of Eiler took some preliminary steps toward great conquest. For instance, it finally claimed Hawaii.


The Harbor in Hawaii

The Skyline in Hawaii

Honolulu is hot even in February. But Hawaii is an important part of the whole world.


Downtown Marysville

Downtown Tulalip

Marysville is about the most Midwestern American town in western Washington State. And then there's the neighboring town and casino of Tulalip.

Eastern Washington

Moses Lake


Finally I got to see the eastern part of Washington, more or less the right way.

Smokey Point

Uptown Smokey Point

Downtown Semiahmoo

Obscure points north of Seattle, other than Marysville. Mostly, the best cuisine is breweries with food trucks. But one pointy bit called Semiahmoo is really popular, despite the rust.


Ooo, Horsies!

Eek, Eiler!

Meanwhile, life has gone on in Bothell.

2014 - 2017

After the Great Western Offensive of 2013, life was quiet. Just one trip or so each year, then normal life. Except maybe that one trip to Chicago.

South Lake Union - Seattle (2014)

Lakefront Historic Park


Seattle is full of neighborhoods which count as medium-sized towns. This one does scenic cruises and seaplanes.

Halloween 2014




Mass costuming, plus an appearance of the Powernaut.

Vancouver (2015)

Which Waterfront Is This?


Vancouver has an interesting walkable urban district. It just sucks to drive there.

Columbia Gorge (2016)

Which Way Walking Down?


The middle of Washington State needs its own publicity.

Fremont - Seattle (2017)

It Crawls By Daylight


Quirky neighborhood.

Belltown - Seattle (2017)



Practically downtown Seattle.

Chicago (2017)

I Suppose


Scott and his brother and sister, in a trip to downtown Chicago. Plus an art museum.


The year of the Great Western Offensive, plus separate trips in Washington.

Eastern Washington

Nuclear History Prisoner of the Town Museum

Landscapes and small-town history.

Olympia (and Boeing)

Rub Washington Look at All Those Airplanes

State capitol and aviation stuff.



Off-season at the Grand Canyon.


Downscale Fort Lake Cruise

The less-populated parts of California, including Lake Tahoe and the Sagebrush Rebellion country.


State Provisional Governor Lake Cruise

That failed rebel from California? His picture hangs in the Nevada Statehouse! Nevada likes bad boys.

Oregon (and again and again)

Statehouse Trailhead

Across the state, from statehouse to trailhead. And later back to coastline.


Nature Fun City Fun

Utah has both nature fun and city fun.

Family Vacation!

Multnomah Falls

In the middle of all this, my sister came to visit. So I showed her a good time from Hood River to Seattle.

Western Washington


Coastal Washington has pleasant towns to face the oncoming winter in.


Numerous small trips within Washington, and a big trip to California.


Fort and Offices

The neighborhood of the historic Sutter's Fort in Sacremento is well-representive of California.

Bellingham - Washington


Bellingham has an interesting parade every year.

Fall City - Washington


Fall City is named after Snoqualmie Falls.

Mukilteo - Washington


Mukilteo is best known for its waterfront. Well, its ferry anyway.


Smurfette Birthmarcus

Various people in various costumes. What if Scott's birthmark were symmetrical?

Vacations: 2011

Washington, British Columbia, and finally Alaska.



The harbor view in Ketchikan, Alaska in November. With commentary.

British Columbia

The Peace Arch Whistler Village

A road trip makes it across the border. With commentary.



Weekend trips and a road trip over the mountains. With commentaries.

Whale Watch


Orca-Dominance out of Anacortes, Washington. With commentary.

Life: 2010 - 2011

Bothell, Washington

Halloween 2011

The Party

The first Eilertech Halloween Party in Washington.

Fourth of July 2011

The Cake

Fourth of July Parade in Bothell. With commentary.

Jethro Tull

One Leg

In concert at a winery, 19 June 2011. How civilized. With commentary.

Bothell 2011

Phones at the Phone Company

People really do like phones at the phone company.

Halloween 2010

Other People's Costumes

The last Eilertech Halloween Party in Illinois.

Bothell 2010

Weather and Industry

Washington weather and industry.

Perpetual Road Trip: 2010

Coast to Coast!

August 2010: Washington Again

Apple Crates

Yakima loves apples. Going back to Washington, this time to stay.

August 2010: South Idaho


Scenic Basquetown in Boise. Then Pocatello and the Great Basin. With commentary.

August 2010: Oregon

Wicked Astoria

Astoria, the Most Wicked Place on Earth. Then Portland and the Oregon Trail in reverse. With commentary.

July 2010: Washington

Ocean Shores

Nice shoreline. Not far to desert if you'd rather have that. With commentary.

July 2010: British Columbia

Ocean Shores

Victoria likes Elizabeth, among other things. With commentary.

July 2010: North Idaho

Wallace, This Way

Forests, mines and canyons at Wallace. With commentary.

July 2010: Montana

Boot Hill vs. Applebees

Montana's the kind of place where you might find either Boot Hill or Applebees. Or both. With commentary.

July 2010: North Dakota


North Dakota is proud of how bad its land is. With commentary.

July 2010: Minnesota

Heh Heh, They Said Touch the Viking

Minnesota remembers Vikings. And grain blight. And twine. With commentary.

July 2010: Wisconsin

Beer Industry

Chippewa Falls likes the beer industry. With commentary.

June 2010: Ohio

Glass Industry, Dammit

Cambridge really likes the glass industry. With commentary.

June 2010: Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Remembers Oil

Harrisburg remembers the oil industry, among other things. With commentary.

June 2010: Connecticut

Emotion-Controlling Mineral

Danbury is proud of a mineral named after it. With commentary.

June 2010: New Hampshire

Lake View

The Lakes District. With commentary.

May 2010: New York

Memorial Day Ceremony

Rochester and the Finger Lakes on Memorial Day. Proud to be the home of Memorial Day, but they proudly just stuff the flag that day. With commentary.

May 2010: Ontario

Local Ambiance

Southern Ontario. Great fun, even if they try to scare people away from downtown. With commentary.

May 2010: Michigan

Local Decor

The Thumb of Michigan. Flint, Frankenmuth, Port Austin, and especially Grindstone City. With commentary.

May 2010: Illinois, Wisconsin

Found in Hotel

Life in hotels. You can find some interesting stuff sometimes. With commentary.

Life and Road Trips: 2010

From Illinois to the Caribbean

April 2010: Illinois, Florida

Nuclear Visitor Center Mascot

Southern road trip continued. With commentary.

March 2010: Illinois, South Carolina

South Carolina Attitude Legobama

Life around metro Chicago, and a Southern road trip. With commentary.

February 2010: Illinois, Wisconsin

Milwaukee in Space

Life around metro Chicago and Milwaukee.

New Year 2010: Illinois, Tennessee, Florida, Dominican Republic

With commentary.

Everglades Tropics

A three-week road trip at the height of winter.

Life and Vacations: 2009

Nashville, Tennessee and Palatine, Illinois

New York City, Thanksgiving 2009

With commentary.

Recession Wisdom

A not-so-cheap place for vacation. But nice view.

Western Wisconsin 2009

With commentary.

Recession Wisdom

A cheap place for vacation.

Nashville 2009

With commentary.

Athena Lenten Blues

Tennessee culture. In Nashville, you can see Athena in a Parthenon and bluesmen in church.

North Carolina / Cumberland Gap 2009

With commentary.

Land Marker

Land markers in Cherokee country.

Smoky Mountains 2009

With commentary.

Hiker 1 Hiker 2

Team hiking to the LeConte Lodge.

Knoxville and Gatlinburg, 2009

With commentary.

Knoxville Gatlinburg

The Sunsphere from the Knoxville World's Fair in 1982, plus tacky tourist stuff.

Tupelo 2009

With commentary.

Elvis and Tupelo

Tupelo, Mississippi was home to Elvis Presley and quite a bit of Civil War fighting.

Indianapolis 2009

With commentary.

Indy Indy

President Benjamin Harrison's historic house.

Hudson Valley 2009

With commentary.

Iron Roosevelts

The FDR Presidential Library in Hyde Park, New York.

Trip to Tennessee 2009

With commentary.

Tennesseans Invade Germany

From Lansing to Nashville, 2009. Job-related relocation.

Holidays: 2002 - 2009

Halloween 2009

With some commentary.

Zombie Minion of the Speed Force

The Flash made it to the party this year, but somewhat the worse for wear.

Halloween 2008

With some commentary.

Heroic Minion of the Speed Force Heroic Minion of the Jellybean Force

There was a party, but the Golden Age Flash missed it. He did hang out with Baptists, though.

Halloween 2007

With some commentary.

Spirit of Vengeance - and Friends

There was a party, but the Ghost Rider still went out afterward to make friends.

Halloween 2006

With captions!


The Incredible Bat-Lincoln!

Farewell Parties 2006

With some commentary.

A Retirement of Sorts

AT&T Farewell Parties, May 2006. After some corporate mergers, there was a bit of exodus.

Xmas 2005

With captions!

Domination Santa

World Domination Santa, plus the You Can Be Santa Party.

Halloween 2005

With captions!

World Domination The Powernaut

Two costumes: World Domination (of Eiler) and The Powernaut.

Xmas 2004

Scary Santa

The Scary Santa Party.

Halloween 2004

With captions!

Doctor Frankenmolar and Friends

Doctor Frankenmolar with his ferocious head gear, and friends.

Halloween 2003

With captions!

Thunder Bunny Colon in the Hat

Two costumes: Thunder Bunny and The Colon in the Hat.

Halloween 2002

With captions!

Gumby and the Little Children The Mad Scotsman

Two costumes: Gumby and the Mad Scotsman.

From here, photos are in forward chronological order within sections.

Life and Vacations: 2007 - 2008

Lansing, Michigan

South Lansing, Michigan 2007 - 2009


Lansing is a city for working - but pleasant to live in too.

Lake Huron 2007

With commentary.

Bridges, Dammit A Tower

Vacation to Port Huron-Michigan and Sarnia-Ontario.

Grand Rapids, Michigan 2007

With commentary.

Big Whale Carcass Turkey Pub

Thanksgiving vacation to Grand Rapids.

South Haven, Michigan 2008

With a bit of commentary.

Beach Weather

February beach vacation in Michigan.

Northeast Indiana 2008

With commentary.

Duck Amphibious Assault Vehicle

Vacation to Auburn, Fort Wayne and Warsaw. Lots of automotive museums.

South Central Michigan 2008

With commentary.

Honoring the Enemies of America

Vacation in Michigan - by bicycle. There was some tourism, and the riding was easy.

Upper Peninsula Michigan 2008

With commentary.

Famous Bell Marquette Lighthouse

My second lap around Lake Michigan, this time along the Lake Superior shoreline. Very scenic.

Vacations: 2003 - 2006

Southern Indiana 2003

Big Peach

George Rogers Clark came through Indiana once, but a giant peach makes a better monument.

St. Louis, Missouri 2004

Big Arch

I stayed in a well-placed hotel room near St. Louis.

Hannibal, Missouri 2005

With commentary.


Hannibal-Missouri was home to Mark Twain. They still venerate Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn.

Brazil 2005

With captions!

Giant Concrete Jesus Scott and Jesus and Friends

Brazil is the home of Giant Concrete Jesus - plus much charity. I went there with the Christian Children's Fund.

Southwest Wisconsin 2005

With commentary.

Pointy Room

The Pointy Room from the House on the Rock, home of bizarre architecture.

Quad Cities 2006

With commentary.

Big Gun of Arsenal Island

Arsenal Island is the heart of the Quad Cities of Illinois and Iowa. And they still make big guns.

Lap Around Lake Michigan 2006

With commentary.

Fort and Bridge

Mackinaw City, Michigan has a historic fort plus a big bridge across the Great Lakes.

Southern Wisconsin 2006

With commentary.

Historic House

Southern Wisconsin has at least one place where Abe Lincoln slept.

Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 2006

With commentary.

Bird and Pony Show

Lake Geneva, Wisconsin is home of a bird and pony show.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 2006

With commentary.

The Miller Lite Health Club

Milwaukee, home of breweries.

Vacations: 2000 - 2002

Prince Edward Island 2001

Patriotic Flags in 2001

Canada had snow on the southward-facing beaches of its finest beach district in May.

Ontario Road Trip 2001

Patriotic Flags in 2001

Patriotic North American Non-Airline Vacation of September 2001. Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ontario, and Vermont.

Virginia 2002

With some commentary.

Robert and Li'l Robert E. Lee

Sacred resting place of Robert E. Lee in Lexington-Virginia - plus a Beanie Baby from the in-building gift shop.

Home: Douglas and Hudson, Massachusetts, 2000 - 2002

Hudson, Massachusetts 2000

With captions!

Hudson, Massachusetts

Hudson, Massachusetts. Home of Cap Gemini Ernst and Young Massachusetts - and more than one bait shop.

Hudson, Massachusetts 2000

With captions!


Mini-Me! More than one Scott at work.

Halloween 2000

With captions!

Nice Hair, Scott

Cheap hair from the Discount Hair Club for Men! I said it was my Halloween costume.

Xmas 2000

With captions!

Bah, Humbug

Bah, Humbug! A fully belief-inclusive Xmas display. Don't ask about "Oh Oh Oh" in the windows.

Douglas 2000

With captions!

Ice Cream! Veterans

Ice cream and Memorial Day parades! Douglas, Massachusetts has stuff to attract the old-fashioned vacationer.

Vacations: 1985 - 1999

Rutland, Vermont 1985

Cultural archaeology.
Moose and Cow
The moose that loved a cow. Aside from the Halloween Parade, the biggest show in town.
Rorschach 1985
I joined the parade as Rorschach...
Rorschach and Rorschach
... and I wasn't the only one.

Niagara (and Indiana) 1986

Niagara Falls.
On the boat at the Falls.
Indy 500
Race fans at the Indy 500, later that trip.

Berlin 1990

The Wall Goes Down!
The Berlin Wall comes down at Checkpoint Charlie.
The Wall and The Wall
Roger Waters of Pink Floyd put up his own wall. Note how the walls cross, and which one predominates.
The Berlin Flea Market
When he left town, the flea markets took over.

Paris 1991

Timeless. (Aside from my hairline.)
Big Tower Big tower.
Wide Tower
Wide tower.
I got to present a paper at a meteorology conference.

Labrador 1997

Manic 5
The big hydro power dam Manicouagan #5 in northern Quebec.
The Trans-Labrador Highway at the landward entrance to Labrador.
Safety Record The safety record of Labrador's big industry.

Northern Ontario (and Ohio) 1998

Arctic Watershed On the way to the Arctic Ocean.
Road to Nowhere
A sign "Thunder Bay 733 KM" says much about northern Ontario.
Put-in Bay, Ohio.

Nunavut 1999

Frobisher Monument Monument to Martin Frobisher, the first European visitor. Mostly he's not remembered fondly.
Ice in the harbor; dogs in the fields. The dogs eat children sometimes. Really!
I didn't get to hear the trumpet from the angel's hand. The other script on the sign is Inuktitut, not Enochian.

Greenland 1999

With commentary!
The Middle of the World Kangerlussuaq, the middle of the world.
Midnight Sun
Home of the Midnight Sun.
Ice Photo Safari
Still the home of the icecap - at least in 1999. Note the cars in the foreground.
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