will brady's ruminations
lost in translation
While traveling along a back road in Northern Maine, I come across an old honey spreader
festooned with patriotic bunting. Who would have guessed?
Labels: bullshit, bunting, honey spreaders, manure, patriotism
BillP and I are headed to Maine
Moonrise in the Brooks Range in northern Alaska at the Chandler Shelf
Photograph: Rolf Hicker/Barcroft Media, one of a series of ten images
. We hope to see the Aurora Borealis
. Predictions for sighting are low. According to the Ruby Range Tours Aurora Borealis Forecast
"Weather permitting, low-level displays will be visible overhead from Barrow to Fairbanks and visible low on the northern horizon from as far south as Anchorage, Juneau and Whitehorse, Canada.
"...still way too far north but just getting to Ashland
will be worth the ride alone. I know the weather temps are predicted to be chillier but that's what coats are for, eh?
Labels: Aurora, Aurora Borealis
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