Skip to main content

Tuesday Tidbits

1.  Did you know that there are no snakes in New Zealand?  I knew I liked that place.

2.  My March Madness bracket is much like past years.  Decimated.  I don't follow basketball, pro or college, and it shows, but I still like to see how my guesswork does.

3.  Speaking of games of chance, my Illinois Millionaire Raffle ticket bombed out as well.  I'm feeling really lucky about Halloween, however. 

4.  Welcome to the South, Sutors.

5.  Not to get all X-Filey on you, but I saw this from a parking lot in St. Pete on Friday.  Any guesses as to what it is or how it was made?




It was a perfect circle with no entry or exit trails.  Tim suggested a sky writer.  I immediately thought of an alien ship using its cloaking devise.  OK, I guess I got all X-Filey on you.*

* I've never seen a single episode of X-Files.    

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

I'm Flying!

Flying has not lost its charms on me.  I am still, after all, a small town kid and the thrill of it all is still just as real and palpable as the first time I climbed on board a plane.  That was back in my graduate days.  I took an Ozark flight from Denver to Waterloo and then to Peoria.  One could say that after flying with them each day since has been a gift.  Today I fly Allegiant and while they are at the bottom of safety maintenance and mechanical failure, no flight has ever crashed.  Knock on wood!  Where's some wood!  I can't find wood!  OK, I found a window sill.




These are the fields, small towns and by-ways of the Midwest.  This flight, taking back to Kitschland from a few weeks up North in June was one of those late afternoon, night flights that are pretty awesome.







The cloud formations confirmed the cockpit announcement that there was some foul weather ahead.  I tried to get some lightening in the clouds but never saw any.  The ride was probably as bumpy as I've ex…

Single Picture Post #3

Taken on 6-5-2017
4:14 AM
30 sec exposure
ISO 800
South Lagoon looking North East, Emerald City


Single Picture #4