Snoopy is approaching the lighthouse. What a great opportunity!
We are in a dead heat. I know from hours of watching from my back deck, that the light in the lighthouse rotates every 13 seconds. I’ve counted, hundreds of times. What else am I going to do? And I want to catch Snoopy with the light in the lighthouse. 13 seconds? Just keep shooting, constantly for about 15 seconds, and I am bound to catch the light.
Look! See the light? I caught it! Woohoo. Actually, not hard to do if one shoots 25 or more photos. Isn’t digital wonderful?
And then we head into the Big Sur Valley, and Snoopy stays on the coast, and we lose him. Will he pull ahead? Will we? When will we next spot him, and who will be ahead?
The conclusion and winner tomorrow …
3 thoughts on “Racing an Airship down the Coast and other stories, Part II”
Only you! Racing “Soupy” down the coast. Isn’t the road you were on the one that I hear is all curvey and can be dangerous? Oh my! No wonder they call you Big Sur Kate!
Probably headed for the college BCS championship game in Pasadena being played tonight between Texas and Alabama.
Just remember, folks, you were here when another example if Kate’s creativity was born. It will not be the last!