|The "Buffalo" in the Park|
A quiet, relaxing day & the first day of Spring. It started out cold, and although it never got into the ideal 70's, the sun was bright enough to sit outside during the afternoon. I made a quick run to the San Angelo HEB store since someone told me yesterday that they had Alaskan White (my favorite beer). They did, so I'm a happy camper! Other than that I didn't do much of anything. I did get to read the Syracuse Post Standard Sunday paper, something I've missed with limited internet connections over the last couple of weeks. For those interested, San Angelo State Park has good Verizon & AT&T service. The park's WiFi is up, but their internet connection isn't.
Yesterday I was sitting outside talking with a friend currently in Salt Lake City at the USITT convention (a technical theatre organization). I was using Facetime which is a iOS video phone app, and showed her a pan of the park. We noticed a small herd of buffalo in the distance. I looked & sure enough, there they were. About an hour later, I looked again, & there they were - ie they hadn't moved. A closer look identified them as very thin buffalo, but interesting sculptures! For a closer look, check the photos at today's LakeshoreImages page.
Dinner was a chicken Italian sausage & a Knorr's Mushroom flavored rice & pasta side that didn't have any mushrooms, but I did get to enjoy an Alaskan White beer to go with it.
Until next time -