Saturday, December 13, 2008

12 Dec., 2008 -- LAD's party, a day late

LAD turned 3 on Thursday, but we partied tonight.

I watched the deer munch on the new grass at the airport this evening, and then the
brightest moon of the year caught our attention.

Gold in the sunset, gold in the moon. We really are rich, aren't we?

Thursday, December 11, 2008

11 Dec., 2008 -- Happy Birthday, LAD -- # 3

Happy Birthday, LAD! You are 3 now, not 10. So you only get 3 spankings, not 10. LAD's at my house, and I'm in Muskogee, Oklahoma. But I'll be home tomorrow and we'll PARTY!

I love Lucy! I found these items and posters in the ladies' room at KMKO.

I love cop cars! Especially the ones that are recycled as courtesy cars for local airports.

I love LAD! He's goofy, too.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

10 Dec., 2008 -- Texas? Snow???

Well, John... git a little snow way down thar in Texas? Huh, we ain't got none here...

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

9 Dec., 2008 -- Senior night at Cajun Kettle

Connie always plays the part as she waits tables! The crowd was very light tonight, with
the cold wind spraying icy misty rain out there.

Millie and the rest of the bunch entertain with fiddlin' 'n pickin'.

Monday, December 8, 2008

8 Dec., 2008 -- Ok, it's SGF, if you didn't know

Sue guessed it, Fonda googled it... Yesterday's picture was the new Springfield terminal. This is the old terminal. There's the Wright Flyer! See it? I think it's still hanging in the old terminal over the ticket counters. I don't know when it will be moved into the new terminal across the runway. Our EAA Chapter helped build it to celebrate the 100th anniversary of flight in 2003. It really did fly in January 2004, at Willow Springs.

This is 3DW, Springfield Downtown Airport.

And these are Kansas farms. Those farmers must be crazy.

A closer-up look at your pond, John.

Sunday, December 7, 2008

7 Dec., 2008 -- Where, oh where...

When someone identifies this place, I will post the rest of the photos I shot today

I know, I know... it's the MOON. Duh. The moon shot doesn't count, because you can't give
me the lat & lon of my position when I shot it, air to air. Love that image stabilization
lens! You probably won't see the moon again for the rest of the week.