Actually, he’s been in Crete now for two weeks, and he’s deep into training for how to teach. I’m just slow on getting the posts up.
Kenny left for Greece, despite the lack of visitor facilities on either side of the TSA checkpoints, we all went along for the ride and the farewell, Kathryn, Kathryn’s father Ken Knowles, and I. Airport art and history displays always fascinate me — there are some great pieces hidden away in U.S. airports. Sometimes the airlines even spring to pay for the stuff (I wonder how much this thing cost).
A great place for a photo of a family wishing someone bon voyage. A wishbone, how appropriate. Was this just a coincidence, or is it a little, pricey arty joke? “Silver bird.” Oh. Right.
It’s metal. I think it’s the wishbone of a Boeing 767.
Bon voyage, Kenny!
- The sculpture is titled “Wish.” It’s a 2005 piece by Kansas-born, Lubbock-raised New Mexico resident Terry Allen