We have begun our westward journey toward the center of the American continent.
Our conveyance is a steam driven horseless carriage, a Gurney, of course.
Strange mooring posts for dirigibles.
Taming wild beasts in the forests of Pennsylvania.
The heavens opened and poured rain upon us.
These are still frames from a motion picture we are filming. Today we traverse the small nation of Ohio.
Painter and illustrator James Gurney, who I recently profiled here, is currently writing a series of fascinating posts on his blog, Gurney Journey, about The Color Wheel. In them he is exploring questions that are not raised often e... Read Post
Photos courtesy Horseless Carriage Club of America. While Horseless Carriage Club of America officials say they have not yet totally cleaned up from the aftereffects of the IRS rescinding the club’s 501(c)(3) non-profit status, they... Read Post
One of my distant relatives, Sir Goldsworthy Gurney (1793-1875), built steam-powered carriages more than 50 years before gasoline automobiles were invented. Unfortunately, he had rather bad luck along the way. Gurney Steamers ran ex... Read Post