1. a person who goes ahead and makes known the approach of another; herald.
2. anything that foreshadows a future event; omen; sign: Frost is a harbinger of winter.
3. a person sent in advance of troops, a royal train, etc., to provide or secure lodgings and other accommodations.–Dictionary.com
Walked the trail around the lower Ragged Mountain reservoir yesterday.
Some signs of geotechnical activity.
House to be submerged?
Did some photos on local government yesterday. Very depressing to site traffic numbers. Maybe hot bodeez will help?
City of Charlottesville and County of Albermarle officials met January 18, 2011, to share water supply ideas. It was SRO.
County Supervisor Dennis Rooker was very persuasive.
Many City residents have contacted the elected representatives, arguing for a phased approach to water supply improvement.
I wrote the Council this past weekend.
Later in the day, January 18, City Council met and discussed the water supply.
Mayor Dave Norris and Vice Mayor Holly Edwards wished to preserve the City’s water system assets. Councilors Huja, Szakos and Brown voted to amend Council’s September 20 resolution and build a thirty foot dam.
Hawes Spencer and David Norris join Coy Barefoot to discuss.
Kevin Lynch and Dede Smith join Coy Barefoot.
January 21, 2011, Mr. Huja joins Coy Barefoot
January 25, 2011, Ms. Szakos joins Coy Barefoot
January 25, 2011, Mayor Dave Norris joins Coy Barefoot
In the south, Kudzu will engulf a parked car.
snowed in with family, a good thing.
“Woman” by Marlee Brewster Brockmann
Tallulah Moxham in watchful v social mode
Cities typically have “Standards and Design Manuals” that lay out engineering specifications for roads, sidewalks, sewer and water systems.
Whenever one encounters a street or neighborhood that is inviting to pedestrians, that area was usually built before the introduction of these manuals.
For more, read: Confessions of a Recovering Engineer
Visiting my wise stone white man chum, Roger Williams. Polar Roger. Girl at the grocery store said that growing up she and her contemporaries called Roger “the snitch”. Why? The position of his hand, pointing, ratting someone out….
No, not Roger.
How, he asked, could the Puritans claim the land by “right of discovery,” when it was already inhabited?–Grinde & Johansen
Need a modern writer to animate Roger, David McCullough? (This a color photo, no manipulation. The weather performs the function which Photoshop normally supplies, stripping out the color.}
Roger in better weather.