Fall is in the air, along with a dip in temperature and the inevitable slide towards WINTER.
22 to 24.5 degrees every 41,000 years - like clockwork (tilt does indeed change slightly). Assuming things go from max to min bounded by the winter and summer solstices - which this year are 21 December and was 21 June, we're half way 'round again, and better bust out the sweaters and long sleeve shirts.
I am amazed at the visitors from all over the world who wander by and I promise to post the changing of the season with all of its colorful glory.
There has been no other time in my life when I have so busy. Life is good, and having a chance to effect meaningful opportunities for many is quite a blessing.
Poor Hazel is even growing impatient...
|Nope, not going to get the ball, let's do something different!|
|Another night falls. I took a break from the ppts and working on the projects to sit on the dock for a while.|
|Soon the Northern wilderness will be popping with the most beautiful colors - I promise to keep you posted!|
|So I finally got linux to see and then shake hands with my 955Q. I've never built and patched a kernel before! YAY digital TV in North America - and with linux!|
|OK, not really a roadside oddity but kind of a step side oddity... I woke up and let Hazel out this morning to find this flipper. Hazel loves to play catch, I suspect she found this in the forest and brought it home - at least that's my theory!|
|Hazel's friends are always in the driveway!|