Little Rock, Arkansas.

by Robert Wildwood

The world of work. Seperate the steel, aluminum, brass, and copper. All other substance goes to the trash. It's kinda fun, like, how does this wierd thing come apart? Listening to classic rock.

The world of work. Seperate the steel, aluminum, brass, and copper. All other substance goes to the trash. Listening to classic rock on the radio. You know you're off the river when you work four days straight.

 

This is what happens when you have a place to keep things.

This is what happens when you have a place to keep things.

 

Big ass wrench!

Big ass wrench!

The house we are staying at in Little Rock is on this road.

The house we are staying at in Little Rock is on this road, the capitol has a very country feel to it, like the decrepit boarded up structures right next to the shining white dome.

The camp in the backyard. Nothing but woods and train tracks out there, singing a strange metal song, rudimentary techno.

 

What?

What?

Some tricksters have been around, reminding us to enjoy life and take care of each other.

Some tricksters have been around, reminding us to enjoy life and take care of each other.

Drive it like you stole it!

Drive it like you stole it!