Spring is in full-bloom in Pennsylvania, and I’ve not been able to breathe through my nose in weeks. I have been, as I joking said to my sister, pollinated.
Some recent scenes.
I attended the Lancaster Barnstormers Fan Fest on Saturday. The Barnstormers put on an exhibition game against the Black Sox, a travelling team. It was a split squad game for the Black Sox; they were also playing at York’s Fan Fest at the same time.
Yes, I could have gone to a baseball game in York (8 miles), but I went to one in Lancaster (25 miles) instead.
None of my photos really turned out. It was a hazy but bright day, so everything looks vaguely washed out. Doesn’t matter which camera app I used.
On Sunday I visited Samuel S. Lewis State Park, which overlooks the Susquehanna near Wrightsville.
I walked to the grocery store on my lunch break yesterday. The only thing I needed was coffee creamer, and it was a nice day, so I decided I’d walk it. (It’s about a three mile round trip.) I was glad I did; the intersection at the bottom of the hill was fouled with road work; I probably spent less time on foot than I would have in the car had I driven it!
After work, I went to Harrisburg for a baseball game. The Senators were playing the Somerset Patriots. The Patriots took an early lead and never relinquished it, winning 5-2.
It was not particularly warm. Actually, it felt downright cold. And I was wearing multiple layers!
Senators now 0-3 in games I’ve attended.
I took a walk through Dallastown. Lovely day. Glad I got it in before the rain began.
This is what Star Trek: Picard needed. The bickering bridge officers, who wore these wild one-piece uniforms with cape accessories. What had happened to them? Where were they in 2401?
For those who don’t recognize this, this is from DC Comics’ Star Trek: The Next Generation #1, written by Mike Carlin, illustrated by Pablo Marcos. And that mini-series introduced us to this delightful pair of characters, who definitely had their own style.
And while I firmly believe that William Riker would have worn the unisex skant uniform, seen in the first season, notably worn by Troi in “Encounter at Farpoint,” I think even he would have drawn the line at the Bickleys’ onesie. 🙂