I have just taken a new job in Great Falls, Montana. A new state and new areas to explore.
By: joealaska , 4:19 AM GMT on October 29, 2013
Sitting here watching a game in Saint Louis, the Sports Capitol of the USA this weekend. There were some big games over the weekend, college football, whatever. But tonight is BIG. Monday Night Football is on and it is Seattle playing St. Louis. And just a mile away they are playing Game #5 in The World Series. Just down the road. Boston playing and beating St. Louis.
Very unusual. And Trubba. Saint Louis went 0-2 on this night.
Show Me. OK.
I had the national news on today and I saw film of the storm that hit Europe. They showed footage from London of a crane collapse situation. Brussels got hit hard, as well as France.
I was watching a local independent channel, and the weather guy was talking BIG stuff coming through Thursday. Halloween. Big storm forming in the west. Here she comes. He went into a speech saying he saw the predictions based on weather models and did not believe what he saw. 100 mph winds on Halloween. Strongest late afternoon and early evening. Perfect. The other reputable channels are just saying it looks like a line of thunderstorms coming through. Hopefully will have film on YouTube Friday!!
On the same night I am going to see my old friend Steve, buddies since 4th grade. For a few years we had a band and a great time. Nowadays he is playing solo guitar and singing at various venues in Louisville and Southern Indiana. He has a device based off his guitar that creates a second accompanying voice. All electronic. But it sounds good, improving an already good voice.
If needed, I will request Folsom Prison Blues.
Hopefully the plate glass windows will not blow in and shatter during his performance.
The job listings have dropped noticeably in the cold states now that it has turned, well, COLD. The Plain States. Today was very nice here, but it was cold last night. Now it looks like tomorrow will be cloudy but mild. There could be a round of golf with DotMom.
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