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The lake was gorgeous last night; I wish I would've had my camera with me. Ran up to Tin Fish with my neighbor for a burger and a brew.

All I had was my camera phone.


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Here is last nights full moon from my patio...I had to snap a cell phone pic, lol.

Pquest~looks like we missed a good zip around the lake in the jet boat....dang.
 

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I haven't been to the boat since Sunday, and already it feels like an eternity!


Lookin' forward to this weekend. My BIL and wife are coming for a visit. I'm thinkin' their chances of a boat ride are quite good.
 

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I hear you all!!!!

I walked the Dog at 5:30 this morning, the lake was flat and the air was clean.......it took all I had to leave the boat and go to work!

Only 1 more day then I am on VACA for the next 10!
 

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while a full moon is beautiful.....omg....does it bring out the crazies.
people think thats a myth....
well...I'm here to tell you...it is not


but back to point....this is one beautiful lake we are priviledged to enjoy and one beautiful planet...we are very very fortunate
 

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Sat in the hot tub at Beacon Cove last night and watched the sun set. Heading back there for a repeat as soon as the Ms. is ready.
 

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caught this on the news but it doesnt give here in the sky to look


When To Spot Interntional Space Station

POSTED: Wednesday, July 8, 2009

DETROIT -- Here is the information on dates and times the International Space Station will visual over Detroit.

Wed Jul 08 - 9:56 PM - For 5 minutes.

Wed Jul 08 - 11:32 PM - For 5 minutes.

Thu Jul 09 - 01:11 AM - For 1 minute.

Thu Jul 09 - 02:44 AM - For 4 minutes.

Thu Jul 09- 04:19 AM- For 6 minutes.

Thu Jul 09 - 10:20 PM - For 6 minutes.

Fri Jul 10 - 12:00 AM - For 1 minute.

Fri Jul 10 - 01:36 AM -For 1 minute.

Fri Jul 10 - 03:08 AM - For 2 minutes.
 

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better---

SATELLITE LOCAL DURATION MAX ELEV APPROACH DEPARTURE
DATE/TIME (MIN) (DEG) (DEG-DIR) (DEG-DIR)

ISS Mon Jul 06/10:42 PM 5 42 10 above SSW 11 above ENE
ISS Tue Jul 07/00:18 AM 5 26 11 above W 10 above NE
ISS Tue Jul 07/01:55 AM < 1 12 10 above NNW 12 above NNW
ISS Tue Jul 07/03:30 AM 4 20 11 above NNW 10 above ENE
ISS Tue Jul 07/05:05 AM 6 71 10 above WNW 10 above SE
ISS Tue Jul 07/11:07 PM 6 57 10 above WSW 10 above NE
ISS Wed Jul 08/00:43 AM 4 16 10 above NW 11 above NNE
ISS Wed Jul 08/02:20 AM 3 15 11 above NNW 10 above NE
ISS Wed Jul 08/03:54 AM 5 40 10 above NW 11 above E
ISS Wed Jul 08/05:30 AM 3 21 11 above W 16 above S
ISS Wed Jul 08/09:56 PM 5 45 10 above SW 11 above ENE
ISS Wed Jul 08/11:32 PM 5 25 11 above WNW 10 above NE
ISS Thu Jul 09/01:11 AM < 1 11 11 above NNE 10 above NNE
ISS Thu Jul 09/02:44 AM 4 21 11 above NNW 10 above ENE
ISS Thu Jul 09/04:19 AM 6 67 10 above WNW 10 above SE
ISS Thu Jul 09/10:21 PM 6 55 10 above WSW 10 above NE
ISS Fri Jul 10/00:00 AM 1 15 15 above N 11 above NNE
ISS Fri Jul 10/01:33 AM 4 15 10 above NNW 10 above NE
ISS Fri Jul 10/03:08 AM 2 38 10 above NW 38 above N
ISS Fri Jul 10/10:48 PM 2 24 24 above NNW 10 above NE
ISS Sat Jul 11/00:24 AM 1 13 13 above NNE 10 above NNE
ISS Sat Jul 11/01:58 AM 2 20 11 above NNW 20
 

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QUOTE(itstyme2change @ Jul 8 2009, 07:06 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>better---

SATELLITE LOCAL DURATION MAX ELEV APPROACH DEPARTURE
DATE/TIME (MIN) (DEG) (DEG-DIR) (DEG-DIR)

ISS Mon Jul 06/10:42 PM 5 42 10 above SSW 11 above ENE
ISS Tue Jul 07/00:18 AM 5 26 11 above W 10 above NE
ISS Tue Jul 07/01:55 AM < 1 12 10 above NNW 12 above NNW
ISS Tue Jul 07/03:30 AM 4 20 11 above NNW 10 above ENE
ISS Tue Jul 07/05:05 AM 6 71 10 above WNW 10 above SE
ISS Tue Jul 07/11:07 PM 6 57 10 above WSW 10 above NE
ISS Wed Jul 08/00:43 AM 4 16 10 above NW 11 above NNE
ISS Wed Jul 08/02:20 AM 3 15 11 above NNW 10 above NE
ISS Wed Jul 08/03:54 AM 5 40 10 above NW 11 above E
ISS Wed Jul 08/05:30 AM 3 21 11 above W 16 above S
ISS Wed Jul 08/09:56 PM 5 45 10 above SW 11 above ENE
ISS Wed Jul 08/11:32 PM 5 25 11 above WNW 10 above NE
ISS Thu Jul 09/01:11 AM < 1 11 11 above NNE 10 above NNE
ISS Thu Jul 09/02:44 AM 4 21 11 above NNW 10 above ENE
ISS Thu Jul 09/04:19 AM 6 67 10 above WNW 10 above SE
ISS Thu Jul 09/10:21 PM 6 55 10 above WSW 10 above NE
ISS Fri Jul 10/00:00 AM 1 15 15 above N 11 above NNE
ISS Fri Jul 10/01:33 AM 4 15 10 above NNW 10 above NE
ISS Fri Jul 10/03:08 AM 2 38 10 above NW 38 above N
ISS Fri Jul 10/10:48 PM 2 24 24 above NNW 10 above NE
ISS Sat Jul 11/00:24 AM 1 13 13 above NNE 10 above NNE
ISS Sat Jul 11/01:58 AM 2 20 11 above NNW 20

Just saw it. Was pretty bright!!!
 

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QUOTE(itstyme2change @ Jul 8 2009, 07:06 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>better---

SATELLITE LOCAL DURATION MAX ELEV APPROACH DEPARTURE
DATE/TIME (MIN) (DEG) (DEG-DIR) (DEG-DIR)

ISS Mon Jul 06/10:42 PM 5 42 10 above SSW 11 above ENE
ISS Tue Jul 07/00:18 AM 5 26 11 above W 10 above NE
ISS Tue Jul 07/01:55 AM < 1 12 10 above NNW 12 above NNW
ISS Tue Jul 07/03:30 AM 4 20 11 above NNW 10 above ENE
ISS Tue Jul 07/05:05 AM 6 71 10 above WNW 10 above SE
ISS Tue Jul 07/11:07 PM 6 57 10 above WSW 10 above NE
ISS Wed Jul 08/00:43 AM 4 16 10 above NW 11 above NNE
ISS Wed Jul 08/02:20 AM 3 15 11 above NNW 10 above NE
ISS Wed Jul 08/03:54 AM 5 40 10 above NW 11 above E
ISS Wed Jul 08/05:30 AM 3 21 11 above W 16 above S
ISS Wed Jul 08/09:56 PM 5 45 10 above SW 11 above ENE
ISS Wed Jul 08/11:32 PM 5 25 11 above WNW 10 above NE
ISS Thu Jul 09/01:11 AM < 1 11 11 above NNE 10 above NNE
ISS Thu Jul 09/02:44 AM 4 21 11 above NNW 10 above ENE
ISS Thu Jul 09/04:19 AM 6 67 10 above WNW 10 above SE
ISS Thu Jul 09/10:21 PM 6 55 10 above WSW 10 above NE
ISS Fri Jul 10/00:00 AM 1 15 15 above N 11 above NNE
ISS Fri Jul 10/01:33 AM 4 15 10 above NNW 10 above NE
ISS Fri Jul 10/03:08 AM 2 38 10 above NW 38 above N
ISS Fri Jul 10/10:48 PM 2 24 24 above NNW 10 above NE
ISS Sat Jul 11/00:24 AM 1 13 13 above NNE 10 above NNE
ISS Sat Jul 11/01:58 AM 2 20 11 above NNW 20
I had no idea about this. Very cool! Thanks


QUOTE(fbain @ Jul 8 2009, 10:10 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>HERE is the easiest way to find flybys.

Bright-n-beautiful tonight.
Cool link!

AND, it's another morning I wish I were on the water...
 

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QUOTE(itstyme2change @ Jul 9 2009, 07:08 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>it was pretty awesome to watch


mosquitoes---not so good

Why oh why did God have to make those???
 

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Another ISS fly over can be seen tonight at 10:20:55 pm. Brighter than last night....
 

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Eight minutes to go - check it out!!!!
 

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ANOTHER beautiful morning I'm NOT on the hook.


Family visits are good, but do require certain sacrifices.
 
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