Golden High School Class of ’63
Elephants come to dinner
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An unusual hobby
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A remarkable fly-over
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Colorado, seen from a drone. Best viewed
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Towing an iceberg
Oceanside path in Spain
San Juan Mountains
"Just a Pinch" clothspin, Belgium
A cloud illuminated by lightning
A desert oasis in Libya
A pod of sleeping sperm whales
A seahorse can tell time
A tiny hermit crab
A river house in Serbia
A wall of Fall
Adaptive roots in a concrete jungle
Alpinists in Chamonix
An elephant meets a sea lion
Bern, from above
Bora Bora from space
Chicago from afar
Death begets life
Flight of the Devil Rays
Fractal patterns in dried out desert rivers
Gasadalur Village, Faroe Islands
Green Vine Snake
If Jupiter was the same distance as the moon
Just another seal
Lionesses at the watering hole
Living on the edge, Half-Dome, Yosemite
Maelstrom at Kauai, Hawaii
Metropolitan Opera House
Molokini Crater, Maui
Moth trails at night
Mount Fuji, from above
Mount Kilimanjaro, from above
Mount Rainier casting a shadow on clouds
Our Sun, erupting
Outdoor jacuzzi on the Matterhorn
Perseid meteor shower, Snowy Range, Wyoming
Putting the size of a whale in perspective
Sky Garden Crater, Ireland
Snowmobiling the Norway-Sweden border
Street artist Sainer, Poland
Sunrise over London's Tower Bridge
The Coconut Octopus
The Waterfall Island at Iguazu Falls, Argentina
Titanic engines under water
USS Annapolis submarine surfaces through the Arctic ice
Venezuelan Poodle Moth
Where the Great Wall meets the sea, Shanhai Pass
X-ray of a stingray
What a Wonderful World
Bill Angus —
Things here in Texas are OK, life goes on.
I retired last October and have been staying busy with the local MakerSpace, kind of a playground for grownups.
Son David (MD, Army Captain) is to be relocated from the DC area to Ft Hood (near Waco, Texas) in August, so maybe we will see more of him before long.
Daughter Sarah and her 3 'highly advanced' kiddos (our grandkids) will be visiting us soon from Abilene during Spring Break.
As you know, budget cuts have eliminated the military flyovers at large events. Well, there's a group of guys in Kansas City who do some formation flying, in their own planes; they decided they'd volunteer to pick up the slack. They invited a couple of other groups to join them and, before they knew it, they had 48 guys with their airplanes signing up to join in.
If they'd had more time, they probably would have gotten an even larger group, as people kept joining, and a 49th was added near the event. One additional feature of the FLYOVER was the use of pink smoke for cancer awareness.
The folks from the Guinness Book of Records were there and are expected to confirm it as the largest formation flight ever. And to top it off, the crowd later set the record for the loudest gathering at a football stadium. Be sure your speakers are turned up... best if watched at 'full screen'.
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