We went to the Central Coast this weekend. The billeting at Camp Roberts was quite nice.
Over to the West was the Canyon Fire. This one got very close to The Hearst Castle.
Firefighters are slowly gaining on the fire. I could still see smoke this morning when I left work to head home.
Ninety-six homes and 213 outbuildings have been destroyed in the Blue Cut Fire, an official announced Friday morning, as the massive blaze continued to burn near the Cajon Pass. The fire is now 26 percent contained.
Here we go again…………………………………..
I like Queensryche……………………
Hush now don’t cry
Wipe away the teardrop from your eye
You’re lying safe in bed
It was all a bad dream
Spinning in your head
Your mind tricked you to feel the pain
Of someone close to you leaving the game of life
So here it is, another chance
Wide awake you face the day
Your dream is over
Or has it just begun?
It may seem strange but lately when I look in the mirror………………it’s not me. I have a few ideas about it. One is the aging process….but I have dropped 16 pounds since January.
I am a small person to begin with……………….It may be the really shitty working hours and the screwed up sleep cycle or lack of any sleep cycle that I have that may be having an impact. The neurologist at the VA said the graveyard shift is hard on people, especially the older we get.
Besides, I like Queensryche……………………..
A pair of bright yellow and red firefighting planes affectionately known as “super scoopers” landed at the Van Nuys Airport late Saturday afternoon. The aircraft, which Los Angeles County leases fr…
The best fire fighting aircraft available. Quick turnaround with a pass over a lake or open stretch of river.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station took this space photograph of Paris, which is often referred to as the “City of Light.” The photo was taken around local midnight time on April 8, 2016 and the glow of the bright lights against the dark night sky illuminates the intricate web of streets that weave through the city. http://goo.gl/f5YaCw
Lisa De Pasquale had a little interview with the one and only Mike Rowe and put it up on Townhall.
I thought it may be of interest to all of you out there who follow ATJT.
This one drives it home……………………………
1. What’s your favorite movie line and who would you like to say it to?
“What we’ve got here, is a failure to communicate.”? The Human Race.
With smoke and ash filling the sky from the fast-moving Sand Fire, air quality regulators today issued a smoke advisory for many parts of Los Angeles County that will remain in effect until at least midnight Sunday.
Relief from the news and other such crap lately.
Source: B-29 “Doc” takes to the skies again after 60 years
This was at KSN TV from Wichita, Kansas!
Doc flies again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wichita Aircraft worker volunteers made it happen! If I was still there, I would have helped out myself!
Danish Pastry and such!