Posts Tagged ‘awesome

05
Jul
17

daydreams…

“There are in life a few moments so beautiful,that even words are a sort of profanity.” Diana Palmer

Big Puffy Clouds-Lake-SwittersB

25
Oct
11

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“Once a year, billions of mayflies converge on a lake in Russia’s Primorye province to mate, spawn and die… all on a single day.” The video remarks that a year ago, ‘thousands’ of mayflies laid their eggs over the Primorye lake. That translated into billions of mayflies? So later, how many of those billions were females that laid eggs? I find all these math problems so confusing…kind of like the two trains departing, math problem….always terrible at algebra. 

WILD RUSSIA Episode 7 Mayfly Hatch 

A different Russian Dance of the Mayflies by Sergei Dolmatov...blame it on my Post Op pain meds.

16
Sep
11

Utah Motocycle v. Car (Citizen Response)

You have probably seen the Car/Motorcycle/Man Under Car/Fire  response. It is worth watching again. It is inspiring to watch men and women saving the young man under the car. I watched an interview with him this morning as he thanked everyone that came forward to aid him.

31
Aug
11

Bibios, Sweden & Old Crow Medicine Show

A little foot tapping music and some nice fish in the S. Lappland region of Sweden. Short & Sweet

Bibio Tribute

27
Aug
11

Cat v. Snake

Was this a “Hey, Betty Jean there’s a snake in the yard. Go get Kitty and let’s see how she fares”?

CAT & THE SNAKE

25
Aug
11

Cowboy Caviar & Flanken Cut Ribs

  • 1 (11 ounce) can small, white shoepeg corn, drained
  • 1 can of black eye peas, drained
  • 2 firm-ripe avocados, finely chopped
  • 1 large tomatoes, seeded and diced
  • 1 bunch green onions, thinly sliced
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • 1/4 cup red wine vinegar
  • 1 garlic clove, minced
  • 3/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon pepper
  • 1 teaspoon cumin
  • finely minced jalapeno peppers


Hot Summer night at the kid’s house. Cold beer, grilled, marinated Korean, flanken cut ribs, grilled veggies, the cowboy caviar; cold, cubed melons, chicken and burrrp….pie. 

18
Aug
11

Manhole Art, Eugene, Oregon

I stepped from my rig on E. 13th Street in Eugene, Oregon. I looked down and found a pretty nice discovery. I found it to be creative by whomever envisioned or designed it. I wonder if there are a variety of these beautiful manhole covers by East Jordan Iron Works in Eugene and elsewhere?

Eugene, Oregon on E. 13th Street

“East Jordan Iron Works, Inc. has been a part of the East Jordan, Michigan, community for over 125 years.  William E. Malpass and his father-in-law, Richard W. Round, established the foundry November 8, 1883, to service the area’s booming lumber industry.  At the time, the foundry produced castings for machine parts, ship parts, agricultural uses, and eventually railroads.  Soon after the company was founded, W.E. Malpass called upon his brother James, a journeyman machinist in England, to join the firm.”




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