No doorways, no windows, no walls
No shelter here on the ground
No standing and no safe place to fall
Just the promise of this distant sound
Bells are ringing all over the world

Saturday, July 21, 2007

Story Bone

Well, more of an observation. On the way home on Friday I passed a long-haul semi truck that had a Dish Network satelite dish rigged to a pole right behind the cabin. With as much information I could take in looking at the rig while driving at 65mpg beside it, it looked like you could telescope the pole up and rotate the disk and change the angle up and down from crank controls at the base of the pole. He was hauling an oversize roll-on trailer (like what is used to haul tracked backhoes). It was so unique a set-up, it has to be useful to someone out there that here is this long haul truck that gets satelite TV in his cabin.


Camille Alexa said...

The first time I saw Satellite Dish set-ups at a campground next to a tent and a pickup truck, I took a picture. Weird stuff.

Way to rough it.

Steve Buchheit said...

Yeah, leaving it all behind, except the TV. Gotta have the TV. Of course, my wife tells me the same thing about having internet access, so what can I say?

Steve Buchheit said...

That is, my wife says that about me.