Yech – The Neverending Story…or maybe not?


7:30 and the sky was so dark it took that long before there was enough light for a walkie. At least the mud was mostly frozen, so we got in a good if rather gloomy walkie. The forecast promised more of the same until mid-afternoon when it would start snowing. I was puttering around the cabin when I noticed something odd – the light seemed to be getting brighter, and…


…the battery voltage was rising. WTF? Tobie, even more sick of sitting around indoors than I was, declared himself all in favor of an exploratory mid-morning walkie. And sonuvagun…


…the sky to the south was clearing. In fact it was clearing fast. The clouds weren’t just moving off the horizon, they were dissolving.


A sunny day? Was such a thing possible? The weatherman said no way, not until the weekend maybe if you’re a good boy. But there it was: The sky had turned a most alien and uncharacteristic blueish color.

The end times? I dunno – I could check with Alex Jones but I don’t do Twitter so I guess I’ll just have to fearfully wait and see.

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3 Responses to Yech – The Neverending Story…or maybe not?

  1. Mike says:

    The thing about the weathertainers is that they are too wrong to be believed, but just right enough that you really can’t ignore them. 🙂

    On the plus side, at least the day turned out nice, so enjoy it while you can.

  2. Joel says:

    Well, it didn’t turn out all that pleasant. About one the clouds rolled back in and the wind rose and now it’s bloody cold outside.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The National Weather Guess’s motto is “Eenie meanie minie moe, what we’re doing, we don’t know!”

To the stake with the heretic!