sky junk

Filed under: neighborhood,night,weather — WmX @ 11:47
storm of doom starts, night of February five, 2010. This is a view looking east down Woolen Mills Road.

here in the hinterland we run our utilities in the air. It is the cheapest way. Akin to keeping our inventory of used motor parts in the front yard. After a big snow-storm, some trees fall on electric lines. The solution? Cut down the trees. We are cheap. If we could run the sewer lines in the air we would.


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