You can actually hear the ignorance leaking from her vacuous brain pan ...
... Dip ... dip ... dip ... dip ... dip ...
Aloe juice works well too.
Guys, you can't shoot a fleeing suspect!!!!
These bozo's are clueless
There's a Christmas tree farm just down the hill from me...itty bitty ones up to 7ft. more or less.
We had a good trip, Feat, except for one thing.
My brother and I flew into Vegas (cheapest flight I could find out west for the places we were going). The next morning, we drove up to Mono Lake. It was cold, and it was snowing....there was a thin layer of snow and ice on 395, and it got worse over night. I went out really early the next morning, hoping to get pictures of the sunrise over Mono Lake, but it was really slippery (and, cloudy, so no real sunrise).
After we left the Mono Lake area, I was hoping to show my brother Yosemite, but the Tioga Pass was closed. So, we made our way down to Lone Pine, where it had warmed up. The only snow was in the mountains. I like Lone Pine and the Alabama Hills a lot....that was probably my 5th trip there, and we stayed there 3 nights.
I was hoping to drive up to see the ancient bristlecone pine trees in the white mountains outside of Big Pine (been there before), but that road was closed due to snow a couple of weeks earlier.
So, I took my brother to see Death Valley instead. There, we saw something really shocking and disturbing.
At the western edge of Death Valley is Father Crowley's Vista, which has a spectacular view of the Panamint Valley, probably some 5,000 feet or more down below. There is a nice, big parking lot there (I think fairly new). As I drove in, I saw 5 people just standing at the end of the parking lot. Something seemed weird since they were just standing around and not looking at the overlook.
I overheard one of the women say that she and her husband/boyfriend were from The Hague, where I used to live, so I started talking with her. Then she told me that just right before we got there, a woman drove her car to the end of the parking lot, tossed her cellphone and wallet out (or maybe she got out and put them on the ground), and then she proceeded to drive her car off the cliff. We looked down and saw the Rav4 totally smashed some 900 feet below us. Those 5 people (2 Dutch, 1 German, and 2 from Japan) had witnessed that lady do that and were waiting for the police.
About 30 minutes after we drove east, we saw a couple of emergency vehicles heading west towards the Vista. When we went back to Lone Pine some 5 hours later, the Vista was blocked off, full of emergency vehicles, and there was a helicopter on the ground.
The next morning at breakfast, we saw a fireman at the diner from Lone Pine who had pictures of the scene down below. The did recover the body with the helicopter, but he said they would have to use a wench to drag the car from the 900 feet below. He said the woman was from Bakersfield.
The whole thing was quite disturbing.
After we left Lone Pine, we drove onto San Diego to spend a long weekend with another of our brothers. It was hot (I saw 80 to 90 degrees a few time in the car). But, we had a nice time there.
Have a good Thanksgiving as well, Fastfeat.