Space Sunday


April’s photos of Space-Stuff and some Earthbound also, check them out @ WIRED


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21 Responses to Space Sunday

  1. Den says:

    Jim, why not live trap and release mice somewhere else for guilt relief? Live traps are cheap and available at HomeDepot, Lowes, or hardware stores.


    • jimhitchcock says:

      Tempted to release them at cross-eyed Mary’s desk at work, payback for years of harrassment.


      • Den says:

        Do it!


      • Carol ٩(-̮̮̃-̃)۶ says:

        Just saw where you said you were going to use live traps. NOOOOO!!!!! We watched a movie about a serial killer, it started off with the guy setting a live trap that caught a cat. Fade out, when it faded back later, the cat had starved to death. A horrible death! I see the cover of that movie every time I’m in the Ws at our video store and I cringe.


  2. David B. Benson says:

    Palouse Ridge Road in but 41 minutes in the partly cloudy sun. The puddle pond now has 2 duck families with a total of 11 ducklings. One duck was dabbling with the ducklings paddling nearby. The other 3 were sleeping on the bank. About then a hawk on an errand. Later on an oriel dove into a bush. Three very poor golfers.


    • David B. Benson says:

      Downhill for 35 minutes to the end of Grimes Way. Ag School horses having their din-din. So were the USDA dairy cattle and a bit further on the Vet School ones.


    • David B. Benson says:

      Community garden in 41 minutes. The RV park used to be a basalt quarry mostly for road gravel. The back wall away from Paradise Flat Creek is most steep and suffered several actual landslides from the Big Rains we had.


      • David B. Benson says:

        Then on to the Old Post Office for a total of 66 minutes in this segment. Lots and lots of tulips. The solitary bachelor Mallard above Don Heil’s check dam on the South Fork.


      • David B. Benson says:

        Home again via Campus Hill Climb and Maple Street Extension for a total of 92 minutes in this segment.

        Day 1: 41+35+92=168 minutes. At a nominal 2.4 mph that’s 6.72 miles. My feet are not troubling me! It was a lovely walk with a fine king salmon dinner topped off with a brownie sundae. Sun still shining.


  3. Den says:

    Secret Space Plane makes not so secret landing.


  4. David B. Benson says:

    Is The Donald the modern Richard III?


  5. Den says:



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