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Searching for Signal

December 11, 2022

I thought about writing about snow again today, because with 28 inches in the last 48 hours, there’s a lot of it around. But I decided to take a break from pictures of the snow and instead share a picture created by the snow. Specifically the snow that failed to slide right out of our satellite dish, which meant there was a series of abstract art compositions on the screen until Mr. K donned his snowshoes and went out to clear the dish. Some of them were very striking; the one below was my favorite.

TV monitor mounted on a warm brown wood paneled wall showing abstract image in bright colors

Our dish is mounted not on the roof (too much snow accumulates up there), but on the side of the building at the opposite end from our condo. During the summer, it’s too high up to reach without a ladder. In the winter, the snow piles up and an adult sized human (with snowshoes to keep from sinking into the snow pile) wielding a broom can reach just fine.


On this date in 2021: I’m the Pilot Now
2020: It’s Mando Day
2019: A Lot Like Christmas
2018: The Very Rich Are Different from Me
2017: Not Quite a Family Heirloom
2016: ‘Tis the Season for Dental Work
2015: And I Would Drive 716 Miles
2014: This Is My Brain on Stress
2013: No entry
2012: What’s Up Mushroom?
2011: Grey on Top, Brown Below
2010: No entry
2009: My Secret Self—Not
2008: Any Time Now
2007: WDW, Part Deux
2006: Inside the Numbers
2005: Sunday Stress
2003 & 2004: No entry
2002: I Can See Clearly Now

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