Thursday, August 30, 2018
Welcome to Skywatch Friday where photobloggers from all over the world post their sky photographs. This is one of the safe and kind corners of the internet and we are glad you are here. We start every Thursday at 2:30 PM CDT US and keep open all week. I am hoping for no hiccups this week because my brand new Dell laptop cratered on me last night so I am doing this on my ipad, and I hope it works. (In case you are wondering, cratered is oilfield talk for won't work.)
Thursday, August 23, 2018
|Yellowstone National Park|
Blame the many forest fires for the hazy skies.
Summer is rapidly coming to a close. School is already started in many areas, vacations of those with children are over, and now the empty nesters and those without school age children are heading out to take advantage of less crowded areas. Here in Oklahoma, the temperate weather generally lasts through the middle of November. So we are headed to cooler temperatures and the many bloggers in the southern hemisphere are looking forward to their summer. I love reading their posts during the extremes of our weather. When it is sweltering here, they are cool. When it is freezing here, they are at the beach. It is hard to be a flat earther when you are a blogger is what I think.
Thursday, August 16, 2018
Thursday, August 9, 2018
Welcome to Skywatch Friday and thank you for participating. Here in Oklahoma we have had a variety of skies with all our changing weather. We have had rain, high heat, a cold front, lots of clouds and no clouds. Whatever you want, we got it this summer. How is your summer going? We start up every Thursday at 2:30 US CDT.
Thursday, August 2, 2018
Welcome to Skywatch Friday and thank you for participating. The weather has had a definite short term cooling trend here in Oklahoma and I am enjoying ever minute of it. We start every Thursday at 2:30 US CDT and stay open until the next edition starts.