BTW I remember coming back from Viet Nam and stopping over in Guam where they were refueling the plane. It was a B-52 base at the time and one guy pulled out a camera and took some pictures of the B-52s out the window of the airport. An AP (Air Police) walked over to him and seized his camera, took the film out and then handed him his camera back with strict instructions NOT to take anymore pictures there. Hope I don't get busted for taking the picture above. ;)
I'm composing this offline because the internet here is hit or miss and its more on the MISS side than the hit side. May be a good bit later before I can update the blog. I'm probably going to be suffering from Cabin Fever in the mean time because I refuse to get out in this crap. (other than maybe a quick trip out to survey the wind damage.) At least I was able to make my morning coffee in here. I think its supposed to warm up a good bit tomorrow though??? Don't have a clue how much propane is left in the two tanks, but I sure hope they don't both run out today (or tonight!)
Had to make a trip to Study Butte to have both propane tanks refilled and on the way in I was thinking "Now WHY didn't I bring the camera? The mountains were still snow capped, and looked beautiful, but I thought maybe they would still be when I get back. Unfortunately only the higher ones were and not near as much. You can still make out the snow on the far mountain, but its gone everywhere else.