We had a burst of solar wind this week. That should help the
ionosphere. The auroral oval was strong this morning, it is less so
now. I expect some QSB for tomorrow due to the wind but it shouldn't be
There are a few flowers at lower elevations. I uncovered some
daffodil shoots while moving wood. That one tree has heated the house
all winter and should last another month. I have some packages held up
in shipping somewhere between the Mississippi and the Rockies. Stuck
for three days. It must be quite a storm.
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You know not even the coastal villages was safe from
them big clams. You know them big clams had an inland
range of about 15 miles. Think of that. I mean our
early pioneers and the settlers built little houses
all up and down the coast you know. A little inland
and stuff like that And they didn't have houses like
we got now, with bathrooms and stuff. They built little
privies out back. And late at night, maybe a kid would
have to go, and he'd go stomping out there in the
moonlight. And all they'd hear for miles around...
/[loud clap/belch]/....one less kid for America. One more
smiling, smurking, humungus giant clam.