In my philosophical rambling yesterday, I forgot to show you Saturday’s Sky from New Year’s Day.
It was a cold and cloudy sky, as seen from our Riverside Park next to the Mississippi River.
(Cell phone pics, as I didn’t have my camera with me.)
There’s still some open water for them and the ducks,
though I don’t know quite what fish (or what else) the eagles eat this time of year.
We were at the park to take down lights from the annual Rotary Lights display, as part of a show choir fundraiser. See the string of lights below: one of many many that we collected and wound on giant spools, while others dismantled the other parts of the display.
We were quite chilly in the -16 F (-27 C) wind chill
(a gentle zephyr from the south)
but the poor guys in the cherry pickers taking the lights down from the trees had the coldest job.
The Rock Star and I were glad to come home and warm up.
And Citrus was happy to help with that.