Category Archives: Travel

Weather Humor!

Yes folks as you remember we had a bad storm up here a few weeks ago. And they’re still cleaning it up. I just saw this on my way home.

Flooding in Rochester.

Flooding in Rochester.

Turkey Buzzard Came to Visit!


Yes folks, while pulling into a local transfer station this week I saw a new visitor. It was Thursday and with bad weather predicted I think Mr. Buzzard was looking for quick food or shelter.

News in the Rochester Area!

http://www.whec.com/news/aggressive-panhandling-two-weeks-rochester/4441874/

http://www.whec.com/news/black-bear-sodus/4441580/

http://www.whec.com/news/charles-tan-no-new-trial/4441817/

Laundry day!

Courtesy National Geographic
http://www.nationalgeographic.com/photography/photo-of-the-day/2017/03/laundry-balconies-macau/

Rochester Weather!

Good morning Chief! Well as you said in your morning weather report, “dangerous cold”, that is it. Right now at the Rochester bureau it’s 15 degrees, gray, and a few flurries could be. Otherwise it’s dry. Stay warm.
I’ve enclosed a link from our weather partners up here.
http://www.whec.com/weather/

History-Memories!


Over half a century ago in a small town in western New York this place was a Mom and Pop store. It was a pillar of the town. The family was great, friends of mine.
Through the years, attrition, the store closed.
Recently the building was sold and totally remodeled. It’s now a pizza parlor, bar. They did an excellent job with it. Early Wednesday morning I was going through the town and took this picture!

Old Airplane, History!

Aviation,Glenn H. Curtiss
Aviation, Glenn H. Curtiss

historical-plane-inventor-sign

A Few Weeks Ago?

sunday-morning

sunday-morning-2
Morning again Chief! We got the special weather assignment memo from you just a few moments ago. Enclosed from the Rochester bureau are 2 pictures from just 2 weeks ago. These pictures were shot from the C.J.L 1 chopper. We’ll keep you posted with updates when they come through today.

The ‘Junkyard’ Band!

The "Junkyard" band!
Yes folks, in the roll-off business, (a form of trucking) we go many places and see many things in junkyards, landfills, and transfer stations. I saw this piece of history this week. I wonder how many songs were played on this old girl?