Hike to New Heights: The Ten Best Trails for Stargazing
By Catarina Cowden
September 25, 2014
Unfortunately, many Americans will never see a complete, unpolluted sky. It is estimated that only about 10 percent of the population is able to see the natural night sky without any added light pollution. And light pollution is everywhere around us. From the more obvious landmarks like Times Square or Tokyo, to even smaller metropolitan areas... ~accuweather.com~
Late night mews, Autumn-romping Pussycats... another lovely day on the tame prairie which the Kougaress truly appreciates... truth to yowl, she's rather dreading the winter cold... she loves her tame prairie, but extreme cold weather... well, she'd rather be on a tropical island... but so it goes... another ultra-busy day, and this Big Cat didn't get everything done... like putting up the Halloween Blog Hop banner on the blogs.
Most darling kittens, if you're not out on the land, or have a place to escape to outside cities and metropolitan areas... then please, find a way to either move, or work out a deal with relatives, friends, a community... anything that will work. And remember, this Big Cat loves ya!
Authoress news and mews ~
The Kougar did more formatting on our SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS project. And she hopes to detail the heroes and heroine of her next WIP.
Today, the Kougar heard this man talk about playing polo... not his main topic... however, this Big Cat has always wanted to learn how to play polo ever since watching and being up close to the game on horseback... so her imagination went into momentary overdrive and she thought of this fantasy scenario: Playing Mammoth-riding polo using boulders. This might be scene she'll have to pen one of these days. ~smiles~
Also, the Kougar signed up for the linky blog hop MY SEXY SATURDAY at ~mysexysaturday.blogspot.com~ and will be posting at TITLE MAGIC ~titlemagic.blogspot.com ~
For some of the latest on the EC [Ellora's Cave] big fat unholy mess, read this:
Featured at SHAPESHIFTER SEDUCTIONS ~
Clean it up...
by Serena Shay
My apologies for the lateness and the roughness of the following post. It was a spur of the moment idea from my school work soaked brain, but as rough as it is, it sure screams Nick to me. Honestly, I fall a little more in love with this alpha every time I write him.
~yes, Ziva, I know he's yours. I'll keep my hands to myself, but you can't stop my lustful thoughts.~
“Tell me you didn’t just say he was whoring out his she’s, Dante.”
“’Fraid I can’t, man. Osbourne is up to no good and yes, it’s been confirmed.”
“Fluffing Lupa!” Nick raised a hand to his forehead and squeezed his temples. He’d hoped this day would never come, but wasn’t surprised that it had.
COMPUTER BUG 'NEWS' ~
Worse than Heartbleed: ‘Shellshock’ Bash bug threatens millions of computer systems worldwide
RT - A vulnerability has been discovered within the widely used Bash software included on Linux and Mac operating systems, raising concerns about an exploit that some experts say stands to be more damaging than the Heartbleed bug identified earlier this year.
THE PAST REVEALING ITSELF 'NEWS' ~
The 5,000-year-old sunken city in Southern Greece
The city is so old that it existed in the period that the famed ancient Greek epic poem ‘Iliad’ was set in. Research in 2009 revealed that the site extends for about 9 acres and evidence shows that it had been inhabited prior to 2800 BC....
... Historians believe that the ancient city had been a centre for commerce for the Minoan Civilization and the Mycenaean civilization. Scattered all over the place there are large storage containers made from clay, statues, everyday tools and other artefacts. The name of the city is currently unknown as well as its exact role in the ancient world. - See more at: ~http://www.accuweather.com/en/features/trend/hike_to_new_heights_the_10_bes/34585622