I have friends across the political spectrum. It is obvious that many of those on the left are in a deep funk over the Mueller Report and are nursing serious depressions. My counsel is to stay away from high ledges and sharp objects. I have been steering clear of politics wherever possible of late. and don't intend to really spill now. Don't have enough faith in my fellow man to get too disappointed over stuff like this.
Kicks the can down the road, the truth will eventually out I suppose.
For now it is like a rorschach blot and people see what they want to see.
I decided to bug out yesterday and head for the hills for a couple of hours and see what was up at the SJWA.
In the bird sense, not a whole hell of a lot besides a million or so red winged blackbirds.
Didn't see a whole lot of raptors, a harrier here or there, a red tailed or two, lot of action just out of range.
It felt like I was in the center of an avian symphony, a rich tapestry of sound.
So calming. At 8000 hz and above I was absorbing a lot of alpha wave frequencies. Instantly puts me in the right place.
Walker Rd. is still closed due to storm damage. I cut out of the San Jacinto Wildlife Area pretty early, had my fix. Talked to a ranger I know, he says that the tri-colored blackbirds should be making an appearance soon.
He had a beautiful female hooded oriole in a tree, the hummers were going crazy over his bottlebrush.
Made it home to a reheat of the Chinese food and a rewatch of Kung Fu Hustle which is on Netflix again.
Funny, no matter how far I travel, home is always the best and most beautiful place for me.
Let's all try to stay happy and away from each other's throats.