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Flatirons

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Driving in to Lawrence this Wednesday morning from a northeasterly point of origin, the skyline above town was a hazy dark bluish-gray. A few vertical clouds, or maybe they were emissions, were just visible against the dark background, they took on a greenish-gray hue. Above this was the light blue sky, with wispy white clouds floating along in a horizontal plane.Flatirons.The morning haze muted and blended the dark colors of the sky to where the view reminded me of the summer view of Green Mountain from Boulder.

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The_Original_Bob 5 years, 2 months ago

R_I has a blog? Where I have I been?

It looks like he has already knocked out his one post per year quota for 2009.

"The morning haze muted and blended the dark colors of the sky to where the view reminded me of the summer view of Green Mountain from Boulder."

BTW, no doubt green and what is common in Boulder contributed to this blog entry.

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ariadne 5 years, 3 months ago

LOL autiethe coal plant propaganda continues this morning on NPR (national petroleum radio) - the sources continue to mention that only 15% of the coal plant power would remain in Kansas.

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autie 5 years, 3 months ago

so if the power plant only burned coal at night, would that be a nocturnal emission?

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Multidisciplinary 5 years, 3 months ago

I know what you're talking about. I once played a concert at Green Mountain. Love it there.

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