Yesterday we flew back from Germany. From the wake-up call to bed was more than 23 hours. Our visits with friends and relatives - old and new - were very pleasant, even if brief. As they say, good fences make good neighbours! (But 8 hour flight back was a tad long,)
Here was the take-off from Amsterdam:
I hear some whinning about house prices dropping if a wind turbine were built in the neighbourhood. I personally am more concerned about nuclear reactors built for profit and not maintained.
Now the other event of Monday in Europe - still Sunday for parts of North America - was the total
lunar eclipse. In Germany Michael saw it.
Jens got up in the cold dawn, too
And it was cold where Al was
And also here
I was too late.
However, from the airplane I saw this Monday night:
So sometimes it pays - no it does not - Hope everyone is well, wob