Tuesday, January 28, 2014

propane and sunsets

32,42,31,0,W

9 comments:

BestBet said...

Gorgeous! Who needs propane with sunsets like that.

John Wells said...

It might warm the soul but it does not warm the bones.

rj said...

Certainly a high price per gallon. Probably around $6.19 a gallon if they actually gave you 4.6 gallons.

Need to get you a propane tank and fill the 20# bottles from it like the Miller's have done.

Steve said...

Now John, picture yourself this summer skimming the bottoms of those clouds in your PPC, watching the desert below as it falls into violet shadows. Shakespeare wrote "To err is divine." My personal assessment is that "To air is divine" is more accurate. There's nothing quite like flying, as you'll soon find out.

WhyR said...

Propane is getting very expensive, when you can even find it. Don't complain- I'd kill to have the temps you're reporting. Earlier this month I spent 4.5 hrs outside in a 10 below, 25 mph "breeze" clearing a rock-hard 16" of snow with a blower. Worst exposure I've ever experienced- thought I might lose my fingers. Didn't, though.

Sweet tropical sunset you caught. If your camera allows, you might want to try a time-lapse sequence on one of those honeys.

rj said...

LP is 2.99 a gallon in central Texas when delivered free to yor tank.

Wm. Pugh said...

really bites the pocket book now days and they said "it would be cheaper to run things on" not right now.
IMHO we are still killing off the Earth.
Will - 300ga. tank

MsBelinda said...

I do not know if you have ever considered having your tanks filled in Mexico.

Much cheaper there. I believe Frann as well as a few others get theirs in Ojinaga.

Nate McKenzie said...

John - that is the most awesome BEAUTIFUL sunset as I have ever seen, in person or in Pictures!