Giant rats in the streets of Fairbanks, Alaska this morning.
Beautiful Thanksgiving sunrise here in Boulder!
That looks just like the flying saucer used for the movie “Independence Day.” Take cover! We are under attack! We are all going to die, because aliens (the space type, not the Mexican type) don’t want to see us ruin the planet!
Nice view of Summit Middle School!
Moose! Moose are what like to wonder into cities in Alaska. Even in Anchorage you got to watch out for them. Especially at night.
20 lb. Turkey in the oven. Be done in about 1 1/4 hours. Then after it rests for 30 minutes I carve it and put it into a big foil pan. The turkey, deviled eggs, stuffing, and gravy are packed away and put in the FJ Cruiser and we head for Mom & Dads where all my brothers & sisters and nieces and nephews will be with the other food and deserts they have brought. Arrive at 3:45 PM. Just enough time for a Wild Turkey and Egg Nog before we eat.
I won’t be long for this world after eating since I was driving all night and have not slept.
Happy Thanksgiving Tony and fellow RealScience bloggers!
Thanks, Gregole, and back at ya!
Same to you Gregole and Louis,Hope you recovered from stuffing yourselves.
Nice lenticular clouds there Tony.. Happy Thanksgiving!
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