Mantis-Excluder Device for Hummingbird Feeders

and other mixcellaneousnesses ~ Below: recently we drove by the (allegedly WW2-era secret) Silos of Mysteriousness, in Glade Park (Colorawdough).  Our pixure don’t do them justice — constructed of concrete, these are relatively HUGE — 50 yards or so in length. … Continue reading

JOSè CUATRO-PERROS WRITHES AGAIN !

This morning I signed in to register for a trail race — the MMS Desert 5-mile Water-Tower Run. Who would I be? i briefly puzzled … my real name?  one of the usual aliases? and then, glancing back at the … Continue reading

La Leyenda de Elvis Diminuto

LA LEYENDA DE ELVIS DIMINUTO,  capìtulo 2. “Close enough!” – Leonardo DiCaprio character (Jack Dawson), Titanic I think of that movie scene whenever I utter or think that something is, well, “close enough”. Quizáz Capìtulo 3. ¿He mencionado Tiny Elvis mas que … Continue reading

INUK-Whangamarangz

What if? Instead of aboriginal humanoids of the far north constructing cairns and such generally known as inukshuks, or inuksuits, that in an adjacent parallel yooniverse there were aboriginal orangutans constructing the equivalent of inuk-thingies? Yes, I decided during a recent … Continue reading

UUuaaauuu (the Melanesian Frog God) & other

UUuaaauuu (the Melanesian Frog God) & other quasi-esoteric thinly-veiled nonsense It’s as if Betty advertised for musicians to sing harmony with her –  we went out and bought a “box”.  She sings, and the device (‘box’) facilitates voices (hers, but … Continue reading

Pray Lewd (to O B Z A S C V Weakened)

or Prey, Lewd?  to Oregon Beach Zombie Apocalpyse Survival Camp Vacation Weekend ! anyhow, I am bracing for the upcoming weekend “on the beach” with the family in Oregon.  To cover all bases, whatever happens should fall under the narrative … Continue reading

THEY FLY TOWARD GRACE (Part 1 of When the still sea conspires an armour)

The Inconvenience (the dirigible which appears and is a frequent part of Against the Day) is constantly having her engineering updated. As a result of advances in relativity theory, light is incorporated as a source of motive power — though … Continue reading

Death! & resurrection of an Inunnguaq (or “inuk-thingy”)

The Inuk-Thingy-by-the-Mailbox fell down this past weekend. I mentioned the inevitability of this to Betty a couple months ago. Originally constructed in an upright aspect, it had been leaning. Gradually. A little bit more noticable with each passing week. I … Continue reading

The WOMBAT-ARCH INUKTHINGY, or The Dorsal Indifference Of The Beast

This is a post, mostly pixures, about THE INUK-THINGY NEAR WOMBAT ARCH. And, of course, there will be other, random, unrelated observations. And ruminations.
Take a look at the Betunada site picture at the top of this ‘page.’ Rosco (me) is atop ‘Wombat’ Arch — and the photo is by Benjamin George (Eddie’s dad) from a few years back.

As you can tell, it definitely IS an “arch.” It helps to have day, or sky-light visible as the backdrop. So … these photos (below) are from ABOVE the arch, and the “arch-ness”, or archeosity, or arch-essence, qualities, character, whatever, is/are not as obvious. And there’s an INUK-THINGY nearby. Enjoy … and just wait ’til dessert …

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Looking west, from the arch, past the Inuk-Thingy. A typical west Colorawdough high-desert turbulent spring un-settled sky.

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Two dogs (RockSea and da Slevv) are on top of the arch. I was leery of doing same, as it seems to have possibly crumbled a little from the prior visit, and the integrity (not to mention ‘safety’ factor) could be in question. Probably silly of me to have thought this, but it WAS windy. Never-the-less, there are several hundred pounds of rock being held up. There will, eventually, be a return visit and opportunity for goofy portraits …

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Sleven on top of the arch.

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What, if anything, do I think about when rambling through the high desert? One pleasant and happy thought was that I considered walking across the arch, but being alone (the only ‘human’) it would be my luck for the thing to collapse, and the good chance I wouldn’t be killed, but would be horribly and painfully mangled. So, if there’s someone(s) with me, I’d do it (walk across, stand there), so whoever could report to whoever one reports to if the thing collapsed.

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This little sentinel-cairn was in the valley below the arch.

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View back towards the Grand Valley, sun at my back. Turbulent sky, unsettled and transitional — I usually like this kind of day.

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The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali tell us that connection to and realization of the unity among and behind and around all things is always close. Within. If it was a measurable distance to get to it, it would be less than an inch. But … the barriers, what keeps each of us, me, you, from that realization must be daunting. Intertwined. A thicket. A large overturned semi-truck blocking the road, hazardous waste spilled and ankle-deep in places. The Haz-Mat crew out in full PPE mopping and sopping and bagging it up. No, IT AIN’T THAT COMPLEX. It should all be so very very simple. I tell myself that, and try to clear the mind, stop the infernal dialogue, concentrate. Sometimes I manage to try to hold this thought for … oh, maybe ten seconds. I am so, very … deep.
HA!

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I wuzz deriving to werk a coupla daze back, feelin’ paranoid. That old familiar feeling. Doom, more gloom, around the corner, under the bed?, through and within the forest, never far away. And then another thought put it all in perspective. A line from the movie “Men In Black” (Part II or III, I think) spoken by the Tommie Lee Jones character: THERE IS ALWAYS A KIRILLIAN DEATH-CRUISER ABOUT TO DESTROY THE EARTH.

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en casa, 25 de Agosto (2012)

¿Alguien quire saber que algunas personas con un nombre apellido español quienes en la clase media hacer un Sabado ordinario?  Nada mucho.  No somos ricos, no somos pobres.  Pero, no nos gustamos los dos partidos polìtico mejor.  ♪ Vote partido tercero!  (Pero local, vote con su corazon y su cerebro).

Digo que no esta un vistazo significado — esta ordinario (o menos que ordinario).

La primera cosa esta mañana para me fue una carrera (de pie).  Corrì bien.  Entonces, a casa mi esposa quiere parame a ayudar ella en jardinerìa.  Afuera, hace calor, por lo general.  Entonces … tiempo por el piscina. Mejor …

Arriba: hay 22 fotos.  Mas temprano, son de la piscina.  “Betty” esta alado de, con un gato debajo su asiento.  Mire los nublados sobre los “BookCliffs” al norte de nosotros.

Hay viente-dos; a la izquierda a derecho, arriba a debajo:

1.  Sì.  Bookcliffs, nublados, la piscina de Betty …   El perro es “Koda.”  Estamos cuidado el perro de nuestro hijo.

2.  Bookcliffs, nublados … verano despacio y …

3.  ¿ Ve el gato debajo el asiento?

4.  El gato debajo el asiento …

5.  Mas de mismo, y nalgas de RockSea …

6.  Nublados sobre del “Book Cliffs”

7.  El (la ?) inuk-thingy en frente del casa, y flores, y …

8.  Vista al sur de la casa  (cerro sin arboles)

9.  Nuestro “lago” (estanque) y nuestro canoa esta listo para un viaje corto

10.  Nosotros cuidar un niño, no … cuidar el perro de nuestro hijo.  Pelota pelota — “ball ball.”  (El gusta a traer la pelota).

11.   Casa, nublado (sobre el “Grand Mesa”), arbol

12.  Bruce dormiendo.  Es verano, vd. sabe …

13.  Inuk-thingy, Sleven, RockSea

14.  Dos inuk-cosas en las afueras de nuestro lugar.  Miriendo a sur …

15.  Ooh …  ¿ ve el rayo láser despues el camión y el buzón ?

16.  ♪¿ No paso en la mierda de perro!

17.  No caminar en las hormigas …

18.  No se la palabra en español por –> inunnguaq — o — inuksuit — o — inukshuk, me llaman los “inukthingies” (inuk-cosas).  Este es el inukthingy en frente de nuestro casa, al lado de la buzòn.  Mire los nublados sobre de la Grand Mesa …

19.  Dos perros (uno es de mi hijo — “Koda”) al norte de nuestro casa.

20.  Dos perros negros …

21.  Betty es “Wulf-Muthur” (la madre de los lobos) — porque ellos gusta a estar cerca de ella mucho del tiempo.

22.  Cuatro perros (y la bicicleta de mi esposa) en el  camiòn de ella — sobre el “Grand Mesa” el Domingo pasado — que divertido.