Project 313 – Post No. 089

There are two things in common between Kailua Kona (where we now live) and Monument, Colorado, (where we used to live) . . . rainy days are kind of rare. 

I mean, here you can get passing showers and if you go up in elevation, you can practically live in the clouds and hence in a constant mist but down here, near the coast, we seldom get sustained rain. There may be a quick downpour or passing shower, but it doesn’t last long. 

The same thing was true in Monument. Within the span of an hour it could go from clear and sunny, to rain and hail storms passing through, and back to clear and sunny.

So, naturally, when we experienced rainy days in Monument, I was moved to write about them

Yes, another blast from four years ago; July 2014 in Monument, Colorado.

And now, the photo:

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Another photo of Fort James Jackson in Savannah, Georgia. It’s kind of funny — or, at least I find it so — but the fort has a moat surrounding it. About ten to twelve feet wide but shallow enough to wade through. 

I’ve often seen jokes about doomsayers holding up signs warning that the end is near . . .

. . . but I’ve never seen one in person. Until recently . . . when we drive through the heart of Kona, on Aliʻi Drive, there, at the corner of Aliʻi Drive and Hualalai Road, sometimes stands a man holding up a sign warning to accept Jesus before it’s too late. 

He’s not exactly saying the end is Near, but the implication is pretty strong that shit’s going down soon and we should be looking to our affairs. 

There are other people I occasionally see handing out fliers for the Jehovah Witnesses temples on the island but this guy is actually holding up a hand-painted sign over his head. 

It’s good to have a hobby. 

Anyway, yesterday I showed an example of the kind of monument multicolor worms might build if they built monuments. Here now is that same Multicolor Worm Monument at Night

. . . they must be bioluminescent worms . . .

Multicolor Worm Monument at Night

And . . . that’s it

Some of these posts will likely be longer as the mood hits me, but most will be thus; short, uninteresting, bland, and relentless.

You can read about Project 313 HERE.

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4 Responses to Project 313 – Post No. 089

  1. The photos on your “rainy day in Colorado” post were absolutely amazing! They were such a joy to look at! Wow!

    We are in our summer rainy season now…which I love. It means an all day rain or an early evening storm and rain each day of each week for 6 weeks or so. I love this time of the year!

    PHOTO: Great photo! Ha, on the moat! Did it have alligators in it?!
    CARTOON: Ha! Turned out to be a good skill, I guess! :-D I don’t see any of the doomsday people, but I see people working for highway crews holding up signs. Tough job on a hot summer day.
    DOODLE: I really like your neon-y worms!!!

    HUGS!!! :-)

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