Now that Yahoo’s decided to protect us by making us agree to let them read, store, and use all of our emails any way they want to there’s not much point going over there. Except to find out whether the sky’s going to drop some moisture. But when a person finishes looking at drawings of clouds on maps it’s difficult not to peek at what’s going on in Mongolia, or Bongobongoland.
For what it’s worth, things appear to be okay in Mongolia.
But there’s a huge fire or two raging in upstate New Mexico. As nearly as I can figure the Jemez Mountains might be getting another round of flames. They mentioned Valle Caldera and some ancient sites threatened, which might mean it’s threatening the western end of Frijole Canyon upstream from Bandera National Somethingorother.
That old guy in Santa Fe, wossname, Fenn, who hid a box worth some money if he’s to be believed, probably has those mountains crawling with people who believe him. From Santa Fe north to Alaska. The ones who know it’s in Colorado and New Mexico should be able to accidently start a few fires for their troubles.
If I find the time I might swing up that way and pluck the box right out from under them just to keep the townies out of the mountains for their own good. I was going to have Jeanne’s kids swing by where it’s hidden and snag it when they go that way this summer, but it’s looking as though they mightn’t make the trip.
I can’t swear to it, but I’m fearful I’ve drifted a bit from my original intent with this post, whatever that might have been.
It is such a relief, comic and otherwise, to read your writing again. It seems that the upward motion of a big grin lifts the heart right up too!
I’m glad you’re reading here then elroyjones. J
I agree with elroyjones. I’ve been missing you!
Is it necessary to have a point? It’s not too bad as it is.
I dunno Ed. Good seeing you. Thanks for the visit. J