Recent 50 degree weather had Glen Loyd out filming fishermen and walleye, skateboarders and sleepy pigeons.
Even in the freezing cold, the Rock River calls to Glen Loyd.
Wisconsin has played an important and continuing role in the development of the Hubble space telescope. In his second video about the Hubble, Glen Loyd focuses on the beauty of the universe revealed by the telescope.
As the world celebrates the Hubble telescope's 25th year in space, Glen Loyd looks back at the satellite's namesake, an astronomer who started his career in Williams Bay.
As a Mississippi tributary, the Rock River overflowed in recent weeks adding to the St Louis flooding. In this week's video from Glen Loyd, you can see the Rock's frozen high-water mark.
Animals thrive in the cold and an old house fights a losing battle with the weather.
Stanley Siegel, the controversial New York talk-show host who died Jan. 2, actually got his start in Green Bay with Action Man Glen Loyd. Here's the stunt that got Siegel fired.
Glen Loyd takes us for a winter walk in a snow storm.
Glen Loyd considers our sentimental attachment for family cars by way of a gas-station-themed piece of land along the Rock River.
It's winter in Glen Loyd's video, but the little girl isn't wearing shoes. Her feet are scuffed where shoes should be.