Wolfgang Handley

My good friend Aaron and I performing our version of Demons by Imagine Dragons. 

Got a call today while working at the museum. Guy wanted me to look at the car in the picture, which we have on dispay, and tell him if there is any obvious way that the second man in the back seat could be sitting up so much higher. I did what I could but there isn’t really any logical explanation other than that he is holding himself up or something. Either way the man was thankful and told me that I may have added some clarity to the Kennedy assassination. 
The strange things that occur when you work at a museum.

Got a call today while working at the museum. Guy wanted me to look at the car in the picture, which we have on dispay, and tell him if there is any obvious way that the second man in the back seat could be sitting up so much higher. I did what I could but there isn’t really any logical explanation other than that he is holding himself up or something. Either way the man was thankful and told me that I may have added some clarity to the Kennedy assassination. 

The strange things that occur when you work at a museum.

It’s long drives on roads like this that keep me going. 

It’s long drives on roads like this that keep me going. 

Some great friends, doing what they do best.

Taken while flying over South Beloit, heading for Pearl Lake and Lake Victoria. Nothing quite beats the view. 

Taken while flying over South Beloit, heading for Pearl Lake and Lake Victoria. Nothing quite beats the view. 

Nothing feels quite as great as conquering your fears. I think I’m overdue to go again.

Nothing feels quite as great as conquering your fears. I think I’m overdue to go again.

An amazing night surrounded by Art and Inspiration.

An amazing night surrounded by Art and Inspiration.

From my Great Alaskan Adventure

From my Great Alaskan Adventure

“…I give you the mausoleum of all hope and desire…I give it to you not that you may remember time, but that you might forget it now and then for a moment and not spend all of your breath trying to conquer it. Because no battle is ever won he said. They are not even fought. The field only reveals to man his own folly and despair, and victory is an illusion of philosophers and fools.”
― William Faulkner, The Sound and the Fury