This was his last step before the accident
I haven't looked at them yet. I wonder if a theme has developed. I think I'll take some of the pictures today. Where should I go?
That's my cousin Taylor's hand and my aunt Julie in the background. This is one of their new kitties.
Mobile phones may foil stealth bombers: "It's remarkable that a stealth system that cost £60 billion [$158 billion] to develop is beaten by £100,000 mobile phone technology," Mr Lloyd said. "It's almost impossible to disable a mobile phone network without bombing an entire country, whereas radar installations are often knocked out of action with a single bomb or missile."
The power of distribution.
She's going to be a big dog.
When I was a kid I used to wave at planes when they passed overhead.
Train routes have names. I took the California Zephyr, one of the longest routes. It has an interesting history, and one of the books I read on the train was Zephyr: Tracking a Dream Across America by Henry Kisor. It is an amazingly relaxing way to travel.
Most of the pictures I took were out the window. Many of them have reflections and scratches and other window badness going on. I took my digital, so I didn't have a polarizing filter to help out with that. boo.
I sometimes forget that America is a big, big country. Across this vast expanse of geography are fences. I'm not sure who maintains these fences; but they are maintained. And maintained in the most remote and rugged landscapes you can imagine. There must be enough barbed wire to circle the earth. twice. The American West is a triumph of fencing.