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Becky, cute as always here

, being a crazy mofo as usual. here

Becky recently got her first bank account. This is truly the first time she's ever taken me to dinner where the money spent was truly hers in every sense of the word. here

My desk at work. Confidential data is scribbled out with white blobs. If you had the data I have here, and signed the things I signed, you'd do it too. here

"My other car is yellow too!" Now, I have nothing against yellow, or yellow cars, but bragging about it like this is totally dumb looking. here

Found the site of our local National Weather Service bureau. This is one of the cooler pictures. This is their radar installation. here

My office has a beautiful view at sunrise. here

Ever seen a house that is like 10 feet off the ground? here
I'd say that I think this was a normal house moving thing, but the house and area look abandoned.

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    1. NOAA's National Weather Service station is in White Lake, about 3 miles north of M-59 on a back road in the middle of nowhere.

      1. Yeah, we all knew that much ๐Ÿ˜› I was looking for more specifics. I'm at least an hour away from White Lake at any given time, so driving around up there to find it isn't really an option for me, plus I'm kinda lazy like that ๐Ÿ˜›

        1. The only directions I have are:
          42 degrees, 41 minutes, 52.4 seconds north lattitude
          83 degrees, 28 minutes, 15 seconds west longitude

          I marked it in my GPS when I found it.

          1. Of course I can't find it now, but I seem to remember there being a site somewhere on the internet where you could plug in GPS coordinates, and get a road map of the area. I wonder if I can do that in Streets and Trips……

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