Yes, the helmet had a Mohawk and a mounted camera/light. That would be because I was hiking/climbing/geocaching with my old friend Grant Sullivan who is a bigger technogeek than me. He is also an experienced climber with tons of gear for that too (and knowing if I fell I was out with an EMT as an added assurance). For all you geocachers in my reading audience, I can now say I am fully FIZZY! The rest of you just go on thinking I'm fully CRAZY. Both viewpoints are correct.
I would post a picture from the dental experiences but it would not be pretty. Let's just agree that my smile says it all. And the updated tags on Seeker mean I can legally get back out on the road and head out which is what I will be doing later today. Where to you ask? Well, I get on 65 and head south then turn west on 40 and .........
|Mother and Daddy in the 1940s|
|Sheriff Wade pouring out moonshine|
We were not a really close knit family, but there were times when we all pulled together. Usually there wasn't a camera around to record those moments (here is where you stop and explain to your children/grandchildren that there was a time when cameras and phones were 2 separate objects: one required dialing a number and the other required inserting a roll of film - this will no doubt confuse them). I did find a fun picture of a large group of us working on a project together