- How To Clear The Snow On Your Sidewalk, last week's big piece, an instructive one.
- Please Send Cables, a bit of an exaggeration on where we actually are.
- Statistics Saturday: Some Grammy Awards and I don't care, I'm amused.
- What’s Going On In Gil Thorp? Is Gil Thorp Going To Be Fired? November 2018 – February 2019 a recap of a plot where a lot of people are being hilariously dumb.
- A Friendly Reminder Before You Mail Those Cards Off, a goofy little bit that seems to be capturing imaginations.
- Popeye’s Island Adventures: Popeye gets a birthday without Shorty for once and it suggests this whole series was meant to start a couple weeks earlier since they just missed the 90th anniversary of Popeye's debut.
- An Open Inquiry Based On This Dream The Other Morning and the one question I actually had after it was over.
- Some Things To Understand About The 1980s, this week's big piece, that kind of gets to being nostalgia but not exactly.
Back to my photographs. Here's Michigan's Adventure, Closing Day, 2017.
The bunnies of Michigan's Adventure ponder and cast judgement on us all.
Looks like some bunny is feeling a little peckish.
Mmm. Great bunny! Delicious!
So next year when they want me to upload a photo to attach to my season pass Im' sending this in instead.
Oh yeah! Michigan's Adventure has rides, not just a petting zoo. I think we've been in its Ferris wheel once and this was not the time.
Not a petting zoo animal! The park has some lakes, naturally, and here a freelance duck enjoys the setting.
Duck paddling across the still waters of the Michigan's Adventure central lagoon.
Duck pecking the sun to little bitty pieces.
And there's a little bit more sun! Attack! Attack!
The sun having been vanquished, the duck goes on to scatter magic behind it.
The ponds and central lagoon are not very deep, but they can be very still waters. How many fish can you spot in this photograph?
And then back to the rides. I might photograph the Flying Trapeze swing ride every time we visit the park, but that's all right. Why not photograph it every time?
Trivia: The 1969 Ohio State Fair had a butter sculpture of Neil Armstrong. Source: First Man: The Life Of Neil A Armstrong, James R Hansen.
Currently Reading: Eclipse: The Celestial Phenomenon That Changed the Course of History, Duncan Steel.