Sunday, July 26, 2009
After the Bookshelves, there was some remaining shelving to put together...after Breakfast... did that...sigh...still had an hour before work...and went out through Owl Woods to the River and Creek's End and up the Creek to a shady spot by the Twin Fallen Cedars...and sat...right next to the water....set up the digi...and waitedwaitedwaited....and listenedlistenedlistened...it's never been this quiet...not a critter was stirring...said to myself, 'first thing I see will really be an event!'......and I spotted Dragonfly...and a second...digi clips and pics...and the one is a curious clip!.. with the spider web...Dragonfly balls the thread up same way I might with sticky tape!....hadn't thought to do bugs with the digi...kindaneat...oh!...bug the other night might be a Ten Striped June Bug...of the Scarabs....which is cool...old Egyptians would be quite pleased with such a Bug...dont know but GodzillaDonkey might fit right in their menagerie too!!..sunny hothot blue...the weather...lack thereof..is addling!!...up early tomorrow and will go sit in Chapel Meadow and watch daybreak...and listen...Owls gotta be around somewhere!!
Page of the Day
(I just happened on this at break this evening reading the SF Chronicle...I know some of the story my ownself, as Tom and Theresa are good friends hereabout...and it's a cautionary tale...when hiking with others, stay together, within sight, or within earshot, preferably sight!, and when going off trail, be cautioned that nothing may be what it seems, rocks and boulders can be loose...even on trail, a rock can be loose....another caution I've noted my ownself, is large branches broken off trees that haven't fallen to the ground, yet...they hang in the canopy like swords of Damocles!...another cautionary tale is of a climber rescued the other day from a ledge on Dome mear Merced Lake...climbing alone, he got to point where he couldn't go up, or down, and called for help on a cell phone---he was just high enough for line of sight to the Repeater near Sentinel...I have this hope that someday everyone will carry an emergency beacon, that will call, and give location, when trouble 'falls'....)