Monthly Archives: May 2019

What I’m reading May 2019. Grisham. Martin. Willoughby-Burle.

I like most John Grisham books a little better than I did The Reckoning. Continue reading

What I learned about Blue Ghost

Leave the camera at home and just enjoy it, that’s what I learned. 

My shoulder is really sore after scuffling along carrying it in the dark for a few hours. I was after this awesome photo below which I did NOT take.
https://www.sciencefriday.com/articles/the-eerie-glow-of-blue-ghost-fireflies/

and after combining 8, 60-second shots, I came away with this. I should’ve done more shorter exposures or videoed. Continue reading

Complaining and complementing

It seems nothing is made to last anymore, regardless of what you pay! At least with appliances. I don’t know how the landfills are not full of appliances just a few years old. None of those appliances in the first house in 1993 ever had a problem in the 12 years we lived there. Not to jinx it but the fridge in the garage is from that house and is still working. Continue reading