well such that it is here is episode 1. Please bear with me as I get this thing organized and sussed out.
I should be posting once a week on the weekends. Please comment. I want to hear what you want to hear bout. Starting next week you will be hearing more voices from the region.
This episode was recorded on Beung Kaen Nakhon and describes some of the site pictured below.
Her is a bit of a change of pace. I went out to the bridge and as poor as the sunset was shot some mobile, and DSLR which I will post at a later date. I also hope to get out there for sunrise so stay tuned.
The exhbit does show much of the diversity of his work. Unfortunaly the lighting in the area makes it almost impossible to view parts of it. It is going on till the 30th of this month and is still worth a visit. If you click on you should be able to view full size
On the new shrine at beung kaen nakhon, here in khonkaen.
The shrine to the god Styrofoam has been in place for more than two weeks now and people are starting to stop to wai at the site. The tesaban is doing a better job preserving this tourist site than others here in khonkaen
A friend of mine was looking for a tackle shop that might also do reel repair. I pointed the one pictured to him
The place has been there since the days you could go fishing on the lake and eat the fish without fear of glowing in the dark. From what my friernd said the place is quite the find. Has plenty of bits and pieces and can do repair as well.
So if you find yourself in town and need tackle or reapirs this is the place
These recycled rubbe, trash container are to be found throughout the region. The are usualy on stands a few inches off the ground and are sturdy and longlasting. To a dog these look like food bowls and are a terrible temptation. What of ten happens is the householder is a bit too lazy to bend down a take the lid off and put it back on, and sometimes the lids run away from home.
Well the town of Tha Kantho, in the Amphor of that name in the Provinve of Kalasin has upgraded to whole idea by setting the container on 4 legged stands. No more bending over for the lid and no more temptation for the neighborhood dogs.