buck mountain


Haycock Mountain

Known locally as “Ghost Mountain,” this hill in Bucks County, PA, is home to many legends. 

A man hanged himself there, years ago, and his apparition can be seen along the mountain road. Supposedly, if you turn your car on and off three times, it will cease to start again. 

There are also albinos reportedly living on the mountain. Their house is near the covered bridge, and legends vary on whether the house is all concrete with no windows, or completely made of glass. The albinos will chase down anyone who comes onto the property, and they shoot and throw firecrackers at passing cars. Although the legend mostly deals with albinos, some people say these creatures may be aliens or demons. Their white bodies flying from tree-to-tree is how the hill got the nickname “Ghost Mountain.” The albinos, or whatever they are, are said to kill and eat local livestock as well as the occasional person. 

KHR Character Cheatsheet

A lot of KHR fic is OOC and I got drunk and emotional about how much I love these kids, so here’s a comprehensive list of some core character traits people don’t pay much attention to when writing KHR fic. Covers Tsuna, the Guardians, Reborn, and Mukuro, and some notable relationships between them.

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Big Sky Country by Fredrik Stige/Wildlife Photography
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White-tailed Deer, Montana, United States


Big record find from a couple months ago at a flea market: The Greatest Country Music Recordings of All Time by the Franklin Mint; a 50-box, 100-LP set with extensive liner notes. Goes from the earliest recordings through the early 80s. 

Best of all, it didn’t break my rule of only buying $2 records. Got the whole set for $100. Heckuva deal!

Found someone who annotated some of the details if you’re interested:

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Older dude

Wise and honorable

Northerner accent

Blue-eyed brunette (This is like a severe weakness of mine)

Built like a brick outhouse

Why so perfect, Blackwall?

It’s not even close to finished, but I thought I might plug an in-progress shot for Blackwall Appreciation Day :D


Great Smoky Mountains National Park

What a wonderful start to the New Year. I decided to make a spontaneous trip to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. They sure do live up to their name. The 10+ hour drive was so worth it. I’ll be staying here for two more days so I’ll be shooting a ton more! 

Photographed by: Paolo Nacpil