The Clouds On the Way Home

Not exactly welcoming.

But we made it home anyway, from a very nice family reunion which wrapped up before these babies wandered in from the west. It’s nice when it works out that way; it wouldn’t have been fantastic to be out in the open at a park when these hit.

12 Comments on “The Clouds On the Way Home”

  1. I live abt 150 miles NW in Indiana. We had the storm roll through here around 2:00 and got 1/2″ of welcome rain. I’m glad for the rain we have gotten recently.

  2. Yeah, what Kevin at #4 said. I live in Houston, and while I’m mostly thankful for the lack of humidity generally so prevalent in August, our backyard looks just about entirely dead, and the front yard’s not that much better.

  3. Dan – Dan Hartensveld, CDIA is President of The EDI Project, a solution provider specializing in healthcare informatics. He has been working with large health insurers, providers and healthcare technology companies since 1996 involving complex data integration, claims automation, risk adjustment, The Affordable Care Act, HIE, HIX, to name a few. Lately, the company has been successful in developing and putting into production massively scaleable, analytics projects for use in processing "Big Data" sets.
    Dan

    Remember when you were in San Diego a month ago? It is still sunny and mildly warm.

    Thought you and your clouds would like to know

  4. Dave H – I can see Canada from my house – Aging dad, electronics nerd, embedded software developer. (I'm the guy who makes your microwave blink 12:00.)
    Dave H

    I don’t buy it. I think John ‘shopped an upstate New York sky onto a photo of his yard.

    You can tell it’s not a New York yard beause it’s green. (Unless he fiddled with the color. He’s been known to do that.)

  5. Looks like a normal picture from here in Puddletown, Orygun. Except for that open green field. Open fields here are usually brown, and wet.

  6. Those clouds could symbolize the feeling of doom before the markets opened today in Europe and the USA.

  7. Clearly, the Gods are angry. A sacrifice may be needed. Have you taped bacon to any cats lately?

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