Until its time for The Big Sleep. Bogey & Bacall have gone on ahead.
Here’s a question for the New Yorkers: on two or three visits to your fair city, I have seen an old school bus painted in four foot letters – WITNESS PROTECTION; and the people inside were clearly visible.
Gotta love this group. For every question, somebody has been there and done, or seen, that.
When I got a license plate that said “NUMBER 3” I had to get a Dale Earnhardt ball cap. I’m on my third intimidator cap now; but the first two are still hanging on their pegs.
At one point, before Afghanistan, we were higher.
If you’re in the mountains of Canada or the US, the pumas will certainly be stalking you.
About the time when ultralight aircraft were first becoming popular, we had a job with a Bulgarian airborne survey company; and I asked one of them if ultralights were catching on there (the Iron Curtain was still firmly in place). His reply, “Oh no! People would just fly away!”
The reference was to the highly advanced technology which we kept to ourselves – like peanut butter. We didn’t bother to patent it until 1884.
Those 1st tomb raiders must have been Canadian – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=37nGeXn2K9c