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Annual Perseids - Part 2

I hope you weren't expecting a big drawn out post today.  It's Monday, and we need to ease into a new week.  A new week that will send some fishing, some working, and some awaiting a flight to Floriduh.  Therefore, today I make a brief stop back to the Perseids meteor shower last August that made for scant display in the early morning hours on the Causeway.  This is looking South toward the Howard Franklin Bridge and St. Petersburg.  Our second falling (and last) star zooms along to its death in earth's atmosphere. Ah, to be in Northlandia during the next Perseid.   



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