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About eekuasepinniW

  • Birthday 08/19/1981

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    Lake Winnipesaukee, NH

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  1. I remember the first time I landed here and saw Haleakala from central Maui. Never would have guessed a 10,000' mountain could look so lame. On days without clouds, it reminded me of Red Hill in Center Harbor. The backside of Haleakala is about as wildly dramatic as a mountain can get, though. I'm making the complete loop around it tomorrow.
  2. Pretty nice sheets of rain drifting out of the left side of this perma-shower on Lanai yesterday evening. The island looks too low to generate much rain, but it actually climbs to 3366'. Very nice.
  3. Wild tropical storm in progress... bendy palms and everything.
  4. Almost forgot to post this. The mangroves where Irma made landfall still haven't re-leafed out. These used to be a nice shade of green.
  5. The everglades might be the most disgusting thing I've ever flown over. Just a big sewer as far as the eye can see.
  6. Tonight: Clear. Much colder with lows around 8 above. Northwest winds 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 40 mph. lol wtf
  7. Don't you dare have any damage without me.
  8. My father confirmed the death of the coleus and celosia. Also talked him through getting my weather station computer back online. I give my station 36 hours before the battery dies.
  9. Nauseating.
  10. Get the roast beef with mayonnaise and garlic. They have the most unexpectedly delicious mayonnaise. I'm probably pushing close to 100 sandwiches there by now. I went to the Dry Tortugas National Park today, as I have done 11 times now- probably my favorite day trip of all time. At the top of Fort Jefferson, I was indeed very safe from miserymist: Bush Key was open because the sooty terns weren't nesting, so for the first time I was able to walk the whole length. Near the end was a sailboat from Key West that broke free and beached itself during the hurricane. Pretty amazing that it would drift 70 miles and manage to hit a 40 foot wide sandbar. It's a shame the sailboat photo is on my other camera, but here is a picture from as far down bush key as I felt like walking.
  11. He probably doesn't even remember why it was out in the first place.
  12. A few more. There are boats still sitting on smathers beach, but I'm not going way over there.