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L. Nichols: Day Four

While you gotta know when to hold ’em, you’re not going to make it very far if you don’t, wait for it, know when to fold them. L. Nichols: camping with the right philosophy. Continue reading

 

L. Nichols: Day Three

If you have to fly cross country with little kids for a wedding, the least the wedding can do is have the decency to take the place in Monterey, ya feel me? Continue reading

 

L. Nichols: Day Two

You may get a plane ride, but that doesn’t mean there is a free pass when puppets enter the picture. L. Nichols: we do what we can. Continue reading

 

L Nichols: Day One

There is no more challenging roll of the dice than putting kids on a plane. L Nichols isn’t keeping score, but if he was: get that gold medal ready. Continue reading

 

Karl Stevens: Day Five

Sometimes you have to get a little aggressive with the natural world when you’re looking to have a private moment with those you love. Continue reading

 

Karl Stevens: Day Four

It’s still summer for some in today’s installment of A Cartoonist’s Diary–which means it’s beach day! Continue reading

 

Karl Stevens: Day Three

Ah, the game of baseball, viewed through the lens of a cartoonist: which means no baseball for you! Continue reading

 

Karl Stevens: Day Two

In today’s installment of A Cartoonist’s Diary, a cornball gets cut down to size. Continue reading