Before heading upstairs, I found myself in the backyard with the grand dogs. To give them some unneeded privacy, I looked up to the evening sky.
Sometimes, clouds are the most interesting sights on a flight.
Riding home through Dawson Creek Park, I stopped to admire some clouds.
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During lunch, I have been biking over to inspect the construction on Brookwood Parkway and NW Huffman Street.1This is also where the new transmission line was installed late last year. There is a new industrial park going in north of Huffman and Brookwood is being widened to include more lanes, bike lanes, and sidewalks. Just this week, all the trees along the sides and in the median were removed.
This pole at the east end of Huffman attracted my attention. More specifically, the weights on the right side that direct the connections between the lines. I don’t think I’ve seen weights used like this before, so I will start looking for other poles using them.2I don’t believe any of the many pictures of power poles here have such weights.
Bicycling home from work this evening, I watched the clouds over my shoulder. At the old oak tree across from the airport, I stopped to take a picture.
One benefit of having my flight delayed while the fog lifted in Sacramento was seeing a beautiful sunrise over the Oregon Cascades.
Before the sun rose, pockets of red beaded the eastern horizon.1I figured this was better than posting pictures of the wing. Many, many pictures of the wing, differentiated only by their backgrounds… ;-)
- 1I figured this was better than posting pictures of the wing. Many, many pictures of the wing, differentiated only by their backgrounds… ;-)
While I rode along Veteran’s Drive,1Which goes through the middle of the field at the south end of the Hillsboro airport, where I used to take lots of pictures. I noticed low clouds blowing by the moon. I stopped to take a few pictures, waiting for gaps in the clouds.
While gazing at the moon, I remembered good days for NASA. And I was thankful there was no loss of life in today’s Antares explosion on launch.
Apparently, sending stuff to space is still rocket science.
- 1Which goes through the middle of the field at the south end of the Hillsboro airport, where I used to take lots of pictures.