Project 313 – Post No. 196

For them heading into Winter, HERE’s an example of Winter driving.

Let me be clear you shouldn’t attempt to duplicate what I’m officially not doing in those videos. 

For them who want to know, from 2006 to 2013, I would drive from Monument, Colorado, Elevation 7,350 feet, to Woodland Park, Colorado, Elevation 8,450 feet, by going through Colorado Springs, Colorado, Elevation 6,200 feet. That’s about 92 miles round-trip. 

And now, the photo:

Project 313 196

This is the first of three pairs of photos rendered both as color versions and B&W versions.  I vacillated between alternating color and B&W and showing all the colors ones first and then all the B&W photos.  I think alternating works best . . . also, it’s the sequence in my file folder. 

This next cartoon got me thinking . . . 

. . . gosh, I hope I don’t become the league’s star player.

Alternatively, these are . . . Ancient new bone fossils archeologists color-coded for assembly into the hind vestigial leg of a giant seafaring guppy — looks like the left leg with one huge toe and three little toes

Ancient new bone fossils archeologists color-coded for assembly into the hind vestigial leg of a giant seafaring guppy — looks like the left leg with one huge toe and three little toes.

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.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.

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