Thursday, August 19, 2021

12,000 Cubic Feet Per Second, A Flying Pegasus & Facebook Live: "Was Wyatt Earp A Hero?"

 Agust 19, 2021

   A big storm rolled through yesterday afternoon, knocking out our internet which almost kaboshed our Facebook Live broadcast at five. Finally came back on about fifteen minutes before showtime. My talk on "Was Wyatt Earp A Hero?" came off without a hitch and afterwards I caught this flying pegasus over the Seven Sisters. Whew! And Wow!

A Flying Pegasus Over The Seven Sisters

   After it quit raining, we took a stroll down to the creek to see what was shaking.

Uno Checks Out The Massive Run Off

   According to my neighbor, Tom Augherton, Cave Creek was ripping at 12,000 CFS (cubic feet per second). It was quite loud and with big boulders crashing and crushing and being carried downstream, it sounded like thunder. All in all it was a sight to see and experience.

flooding video from the Cave Creek Library

   Our internet came back on about fifteen minutes before showtime and here is that presentation:

Facebook Live: "Was Wyatt Earp A Hero?"

   Gad to be here, still.

"One man was flawless but he was the walrus. . ."

—Old Beatles Tune


  1. Anonymous4:04 PM

    Looks more like a griffin to me, Bob.

    1. Good point. I didn't know what a "griffin" was until I clicked on your wikipedia link and saw it. Does have the lioness head. Thanks!


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