Me 10 minutes ago: I have an umbrella! I can totally handle walking to lunch in the rain!
I hadn't considered the utter shortfall of drainage along this street. I narrowly missed getting completely drenched with muddy gutter water by a full sized truck at this spot.
Alc mention, bears, probably not what you think.
Duolingo, teaching you the important phrases.
(I do remember a story a while back about a bear somewhere in the Pacific Northwest that broke into a campsite cooler, drank a bunch of beer and passed out. The best part is it apparently preferred the craft beer.)
Oh no! Watch out for those partial clouds!
(Seriously, though, there is a hazardous wind advisory in the general area, just not much wind right here.)
Also, I'm looking for more #PokemonGo friends. If anyone's interested, my code is 2658 1380 0806
Actually I think this one's more applicable.
One of those mornings...
After a long week of training, Pikachu is ready to relax.
(Reposted to move the image preview so you can actually see the sign)
OK, I've got to admit, this is a funny choice of a photo to run with the headline.
As for the substance: Good riddance. We're better off without him. Sadly, I know he'll just be replaced by a yes-man, but one thing at a time, right?
Found the blog post where I put photos of some giant #tumbleweeds on suburban streets. Back in 2002(!)
My 1000th observation posted to #iNaturalist!
Normally I have to take photos of doves with a zoom lens, but this one was just calmly sitting in a tree, making its "Ooh-Ooh" call. It didn't even fly off when I walked around the tree to get a better angle with my phone.
Most likely a Eurasian Collared Dove, one of several types I've seen around the Los Angeles area.
Somebody once told me...
...how hacking works, according to XKCD.
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