Where in the world . . .

. . . Can one find a Disperser . . . Or, more specifically, Disperser Tracks.

Here’s a big hint . . .


I should have done a proper post, but this will have to do.

I’m currently fighting back sleep so I hope I won’t make any mistakes. I double checked everything, but that don’t mean nothing.

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Odd guy with odd views living an odd life during odd times.
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8 Responses to Where in the world . . .

  1. Welcome to California!


  2. AnnMarie says:

    That’s a great promenade!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. and here I thought they’d lost it!


  4. YAY! Enjoy Cal-i-forn-i-a!
    GREAT photos!
    HUGS!!! :-)


    • disperser says:

      Thank you, Carolyn. It’s OK so far. Then again, we are in a tourist area, and Long Beach has obviously poured a lot of money into making this a nice place. Still a lot of homelessness in evidence but since it’s a large area, you can go a fair distance before spotting some. In Kona, they congregated in tourist bottlenecks.

      I was watching the little peninsula across the way from the hotel and that’s where they set up the fireworks last night (post to follow). They must have had 10-12 cop cars there and twice that many cops moving people and their belongings out of the area. I didn’t see any abusive behavior toward the transients, so that was good. They had closed the whole area around the lighthouse in preparation for the show later in the evening.

      It also got me wondering . . . I’m seldom aware of “what day it is” when it comes to holidays or other celebratory dates. If it wasn’t for other people telling me, I’d miss most of them.

      So, I wonder if the homeless are aware of holidays, the current month, or even what year it is.

      Anyway, as I wish people a Happy New Year, I’m aware of many people for whom that phrase is meaningless as they have little to look forward to.

      But, hey! I’ve drifted down the bummer avenue and I really should step back into the carefree traveler sidewalk. And yes, we will enjoy our stay here. Thanks again.

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      • I have known some homeless people…through volunteer work and then keeping up with them to see if they were okay…and most have a very different mind-set and just seem to take each day as it comes.

        I think the more-seasoned we get…holidays tend to be more about others…because it really is just another day. :-)

        You’re welcome!

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