I have just taken a new job in Great Falls, Montana. A new state and new areas to explore.
By: joealaska , 5:50 AM GMT on November 15, 2012
We worked a long hard day as usual, but were outta there around 6:30. I came home hoping to have a nice night watching war movies in honor of Veterans Day. I saw THE ENEMY BELOW was on and was happy to see it again.
NO SIREE BOB. Soon after the movie began the sound dropped out. Two hours later it is spotty at best.
The disturbance is probably because of a gale moving through. Hard driving rain from the west. But temps are fine, as all snow from last weekend is just a memory. I want to see if the PASS is still possibly open. Will check in the next couple days.
Weather has been brutal lately. Heavy rain, strong winds. But mild temps. The local snow has been melted.
Today (WEDNESDAY) was mild, calm, brutal, sunny (for a minute), and GALIC (not Gaelic) in regards to a GALE. It has been a gale since I returned. Mostly. Landed in one...
High wind was 74 mph. I watched as winds crossed over the bay, and there was evidence of water spouts trying to be so. Lines of wind coming over the water, and water and mist rising.
Sorry about the trial, maybe should not have brought it up. I can not give details, until I quit and write the next book. But I am just now finishing the first book. There is a lot of interesting stuff I have to dance around. And I am not a dancer.
The wind is pounding the duplex right now. Dutchie was out in it, but just returned.
Already thinking about my next vacation. April? I may not have a day off until then. The schedule looks like that may happen.
I can only be Superman for so long.
CASA last lived on Lois Lane!
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