Thursday, April 6, 2000 9:46 PM
Another deadbear's day is here with intrigue and mystery!!
all right I got Doraville and a Hooter's girl butt.
Anyhow it was an interesting event, After my usual
breakfast and $45.00 fill up hey I'm a power user in trucks
too, hell if I could figure out where the ram goes in my big ole'
truck I'd upgrade it. I had a few appointments downtown and uptown
a little later in the morning, (it seems to me the higher up you
get in this world the later you get out of bed.) So this little
extra time allowed me to ascend the favored Kennesaw
Mountain, my logic being that as clear of a morning as it certainly
was the Atlanta
skyline would be mine for the taking not to mention the sunrise
Generally speaking down here in the south good cold
mornings as (37° at base 34° at apex) this present clear
skies and clean horizons. Not only was it very clear but good ole'
green was sweeping across the land as visible in many of the horizon
shots above, face it spring is here and summers not far behind get
your treefrogs ready. After grabbing a few good pics I took out
the trusty Nikon and blew a few rolls (soon to be added). Some of
the horizon pictures are as follows:
I thought it might be fun to go poking around the
small antenna farm and its adjoining transmitter station again,
I noticed a few interesting cable transitions and some great wire
management, there's even a big generator up there as well. Some
of the more interesting aspects to this area are as follows:
That afternoon I was heading way up I-85n and grabbed a few quick
shots of spaghetti
junction as it is called. This is a junction
point where I-285,
I-85, and I-75 all tangle together and trade motorists, I have
been told when it was newly built in the late 70's it was an engineering
marvel this structure is an almost artistic, concrete waveform.
Hmm maybe one day...man that's dangerous thinking.
The job I was getting started was in the city of Doraville best
known for it's scenic Buford highway (us23) and extremely diverse
citizenry. In one 5 mile extent you will pass through a small china
town, Korea town, Vietnam town, and a little Mexico. If you woke
up here you would certainly be lost and possibly believe you were
in a foreign land. The local stores and business all have a cultural
touch of the indigenous people that is rich in there native lands.
There are lots of restaurants and bars that serve foods available
nowhere else, like actual tacos and real Chinese beers. While passing
through a small intersection I noted an unusual
tree/brush cutting train. We arrived at our job met up with
a few heavies (literally these dudes were huge assed construction
types. oops.) These construction jobs always amuse me, there is
a subculture amongst construction workers that is unknown to many
and quite interesting. I will explore this further as this job develops
but for now here's a good piece of culture
to get you started . Here's
Fully testosteroned up after a manly session of walking around
in the mud. It was time for a lunch that would fit the mold perfectly
and of course what's better than really
hot wings and butt's.
Gods gift to....... something probably. They have them in Heaven
and Hell I hear.
Yeah another chapter!
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