What's that in the distance?
A blood moon!
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I was connected to a friend of a friend in Israel. I felt like I was reconnecting with an old friend. He and I became fast friends and had quite the adventure and discussion as he took me on a midnight tour of northern Israel, and together, we watched meteor sprinkles (I hesitate to call them showers) under the Israeli sky. More details about our adventures and his work can be found on the +972 website under part 6 of the "Seven Nights" series.
Guy: What is the craziest thing you have ever done?
Me: I dunno. I don't really see the things that I do as crazy or ridiculous...but other people might.
Guy: What do you mean?
Me: Well, I'm not sure. I guess I mean that the risks I take, I don't see them as being crazy. BUT something cool, and I guess, daring, that I've done recently is skydive.
Guy: What?! Really?!
Me: Yes, here's the proof.
Back in March, I took a trip down to Texas to visit a dear framily member. While I have never been to Montana, I couldn't help but wonder if the 'big sky country' nickname applies to other places, like Texas. My hunch is that it totally does. As much as the cities are being built up in Texas, if you look up, the sky just seems to keep going.
My feeble attempts to capture the sky in image are below.
I am like a breeze -- you can find me...