It was cool enough for me to put on a long sleeve flannel shirt over top my short sleeve shirt and that was quite fine with me. That cooler air helped keep the horrid Deer Flys down to a dull buzz. A walk through some woods to see an old abanded travel trailer and we were home again before 10. Luckily, fresh from the doggy groomer a couple days ago, Pheebs didn't find and roll in any big fat juicy cow pies. Is that not the way things generally happen.
AN OLD ABANDONED TRAVEL TRAILER IN THE FOREST
|THE OLD TRAILER SITE HAD ITS OWN OUTHOUSE|
|FOLLOWING A WAGON TRAIL THROUGH THE WOODS|
I recently wrapped up 3 more books pertaining to the whole UFO phenomenon. 'Into The Fringe' by Dr. Karla Turner, 'Making Contact' by Alan Steinfeld, and 'Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth' by Avi Loeb. I found this last book too technical and way over my head. Interesting reading for an engineering scientific mind but that certainly isn't me. (I'm still at the Dick and Jane level) With the books I have read these past 10 months there are certain names that often pop up and one of those names has been Nikola Tesla (nothing to do with the car) so I read his autobiography, 'My Inventions'. This man had a truly remarkable mind and was ahead of his time. Following up on the recently released Pentagon UFO/UAP disclosure I have an additional two links worth reading for anyone interested. The Unexplained Phenomenon Of The UFO Report and Some UFO Believers. It's all very interesting stuff for me but not so much for most other people I know. However, I think the tide is slowly beginning to finally turn and the latest Pentagon report may help with that. Although the report was not as revealing as I hoped it would be it at least was a step forward in the right direction of realistic thinking, and credible believability.
|ROWS OF BEAN STOCKS MARCHING OVER THE HORIZON|
|WON'T BE LONG AND THIS WHEAT WILL BE HARVESTED|
|AND WE DID KEEP AN EXTRA LOOK-OUT FOR BEARS TOO|
GROANER'S CORNER:(( Words to live by:A TV can insult your intelligence, but nothing rubs it in like a computer.
I tried to get in touch with my inner child, but he isn't allowed to talk to strangers.
I have to take my paycheck to the bank. It's too little to go by itself.
I must be following my diet too closely. I keep gaining on it.
Whenever I'm in a mood to watch the world go by, I just keep to the posted speed limit.
Don't sweat the petty things and don't pet the sweaty things.
If man evolved from monkeys and apes, why do we still have monkeys and apes?
I thought Avi Loeb made a pretty good argument that our Solar System may have been visited by extraterrestrial space junk, altho not Little Green Men.ReplyDelete
Add 'A Walk in the Woods' to your Bill Bryson reading list. Both you and Pheebs could enjoy spending some time in the outdoors. And anything by Sarah Vowell for a fun take on factual US history.
With things opening up I sure hope the Bayfield Bunch makes it to the Desert Southwest this fall.
Send Bruce our way, Bill and his mowers!!ReplyDelete
I'm sure Pheebes feels better with a haircut too.
Nice to have a handyman friend! I've enjoyed Bryson's books too.ReplyDelete
Loved That Bill Bryson book! Graham, being an electrician has certainly schooled me in all things Tesla. Fascinating man and inventor of much more than people realize. Sadly, he had a lot of credit taken from him by his peers.ReplyDelete