Local Karshi Weather…you know, and some other stuff


Last night I stopped and looked at the sky as I do on occasion. Just sat and watched little twinkling lights fly around in the sky. Don’t know if you can see it there, but there’s a couple of planets showing up fairly brightly. I’m not sure which ones they are, other than assuming one must be the planet Venus. It’s very bright this time of year. Wink There are quite a few lights out in the camp, but there is still quite the view to be had. It’s not as good as being totally away from civilization and seeing gajillions of stars, but it’s pretty good.

I discovered mountains today! Down south there’s a whole range of ’em! Never saw them before. You don’t see too much in general because of the berm. It keeps us safe and protected, and all the bad things are kept out.

As you can see, it’s tall enough to block most views.

…but not all.

2 Responses to “Local Karshi Weather…you know, and some other stuff”

  1. Imported Comments Says:

    From Vermont Yankee:

    What’s the altitude of “those mountains?” I don’t think they can compare with the 14ers of Colorado.

  2. Robert Says:

    Not sure, but I doubt they’d be over 6000ft at most. We’re at either 200ish ft here, or possibly 200m (660ft). I forget which.

  • Google Search

  • Tags