Thursday, November 24, 2011

Post-Apocalyptic Thanksgiving

Little known fact, this salty crane was not the inspiration for the sitcom character Frasier Crane.

I found the ground in Salton Sea to be mushy on the inside and crunchy on the outside. Like a middle aged hippie who slowly but surely ruins trailer parks.

I'm not sure that your engineering proposal is the most sound solution for the situation but I'll take it under advisement. Also, you should go ahead and run a spell check before your next publication.

Little known fact, this Rusty Trailer Roof was not the inspiration for the B-52s lyric "Tin Roof, Rusted"

Widely known fact, this is what Indian Jones' fridge should have looked like after it was nuked.

The short term destiny of every fish in the Salton Sea.

Isn't it beautiful how close to the surface a dead pelican floats?

Don't do it bird, don't you get in that water.

The cacti insisted that I photograph them from their backlit side.

All right already, I get it. No means no.

A little known fact, The Trouble With Tribbles episode of the original Star Trek series was not based on these cactus balls.

Trapped bird beaks.

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