Looking slightly east-southeast at sunrise.
We live here!
Our house (we rent, actually) is about a tenth of a mile behind you.
The electric fence in the foreground is around our landlord’s runway.
And some of his cows are in the pasture in the far right.
Do not parrot the message!
A little over 20 minutes ago, on my way home from leaving my two youngest children off at school, I stopped at Yoder Store to get myself a can of Coke:
As I was walking in, I glanced over at the community bulletin board they have outside:
Alas, they didn’t provide any contact information.
So if you’re in Oregon, in the Yoder community, stop the bike riders to see if they have carbon credits for sale.
I am on my way home from my latest trip to Mexico.
Friday afternoon I went on a walk. On my way back to the desert village where I was staying (and where we used to live), I got to feeling quite warmed up by the sun. Thankfully, the course I was charting took me by an irrigation pump close to town.
Here is the same place from a different angle and closer up.
Well, I felt hot enough and it looked inviting enough . . . .
If you haven’t yet, you ought to try that sometime.
Posted from a Super 8 Motel in Tucson, Arizona