Been meaning to make a couple of quick notes about walls. See, we were traveling in Italy last month and we saw a lot of walls. Or really, remnants of walls. Walls around Pompeii that didn’t help much when the pumice rained down. Walls around Roman cities, now reduced to scattered stones or low blocks.… Continue reading A quick note about walls
Spent an amazing day walking the ruins of Pompeii, buried in ash for roughly 2,000 years. The walls bear witness to the uncertainty of life, with Vesuvius standing as a warning not far away. Some days you’re just living life and trying make your mark on the world, and your world just blows up. All… Continue reading What lasts forever
Ron Prichard. Journalist. Writer. Editor. And mostly, a Tomorrowland kid who grew up to wonder when the 21st century is going to live up to the hype.