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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by WingedWords, Apr 1, 2020.
Correct, I was going back through icloud looking for mature pics of what's now sprouting anew and found those from last summer.
But I did just last week see one and then a pair of Bluebird's, which I've never seen up here!
That tree is super cool!
I bet in Japan (if you could dig it up, put it in a pot and move it) that would be worth as much as a small estate!
This one at work looking up the river which is really a tidal estuary.
I grew up on and in it, then spent 24 years in Boston and NYC before returning when my mother became a dependent.
The estuary is now named after my departed mother so it’s like home.
South Central Oregon:
Barnegat Light, New Jersey:
Hudson River Valley, NY:
Sweet Cron(1). Not to be confused with Vixie cron or BSD cron.
This sign has been up in Cave Junction, OR for as long as I can remember.
Almost 9am in south of Sweden.
I’ll take something more recent tomorrow but here’s the back yard in January
I miss snow We have only had one day with snow here.
What country do you live in?
North eastern USA state of Maryland, I think this was a picture of the only snow we had this year that stuck,
It’s hit or miss where I live. we are far enough north to get snow but south enough that it’s usually not a lot. Some years we get a little and other years we’ll get a couple feet at a time
I've taken waay too many pictures off my back patio, but here's one...
And, looking out a front window into the front courtyard...
This is me at work. "Cron has not been disabled on this server? Sweet!"
Who would disable cron?
I know, right? Large company, and everyone is doing stupid stuff in the name of "We need to secure the company / We need to secure our fiefdom."
Windows scheduler disabled, cron disabled, because they want us to use CA-7 controlled from the Mainframe. Why? I get it for multi-platform dependencies, but for a single job or two, the paperwork and the process takes weeks to months.
I can see the whole 'centralized control' so you don't have people running scripts willy-nilly in the wee hours of the morning, but it sounds like you're still finding machines that aren't with the program. Not very effective.
My living room window a couple weeks ago, click the image to enlarge and look at the exquisite detail:
I was wondering about the little pile of SD cards that I have accumulated. I found this photo that I took in early February 2005 from a ferry leaving Shimabara, a city in Japan near Nagasaki. I was traveling alone, and had spent the night as the sole guest in a large hostel.
The night before, I had supper in a small cafe where I had no idea what I ordered and eagerly ate, while a few old men watched a girls volleyball game on a small TV, occasionally glancing at the foreigner.
The morning was frosty and glorious. The mountain is Unzen. That day I would work my way by train over Mt Aso and reach Beppu for the night.
The older neighborhood I live in has alleys - remnants from the days of my parents. This one is two doors down from my place.
Do you live at the Alamo?
I loved traveling through the South West but didn't stay anywhere long.
Much of that trip was hitchhiking with a GF, and we were taken in every night by some local who fed us and left a note in the morning to eat whatever we found in the cupboards and lock up when we left.
Only one night did we sleep under the stars and that was in Flagstaff right next to Sunset Crater, where a trucker dropped us off and gave us a watermelon out of the trailer for breakfast.