architecture: unplugged

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If you know me, you know I love architecture. And I mean the sloppy, wet, public display of affection kind of x-rated love that you sometimes find in your dad’s closet. I love what I do.

BUT sometimes you have to unplug, because too much of a good thing will make you go blind…..wait that’s not right…or maybe it is. Either way, I unplugged a couple weeks ago. I did nothing related to architecture. I took my wife and two little ones up to the White River to Bull Shoals State Park in Bull Shoals, Arkansas. We camped from Friday to Sunday and it was awesome. My in-laws came as well so it was a real wing-dingin time. We fished, went boating, went swimming. Did I mention we did some fishing? So, here are some choice photos from the trip for your viewing pleasure.

The White River at dusk.

The White River at dusk.

Me, hardcore reping the Razorbacks.

Me, hardcore reping the Razorbacks.

Me and "the little ones".

Me and “the little ones”.

Bull Shoals Lake - above the dam.

Bull Shoals Lake – above the dam.

My father-in-law and his first catch of the weekend (rainbow trout)

My father-in-law and his first catch of the weekend (rainbow trout)

"the little ones" fishing with grandpa.

“the little ones” fishing with grandpa.

Bull Shoals Dam, Arkansas

Bull Shoals Dam, Arkansas