Seriously guys come ON I don’t want to have to take you back over again.
Come on, guys, I have places to go. We can’t be doing these trips every day.
Several hundred gulls, all trying to stick themselves in one spot in a farmer’s field. The photo is too dark on the bottom because of the sky, but there was a huge puddle of them already on the ground.
I am starting to think it’s the same woolly bears every day, coming back to say hi and get a free ride.
Hello, even more wooly bears.
Hello, wooly bear caterpillars that are all going the wrong way.
There were four more to pick up when I walked back from depositing these.
I have been working here for 4 years, & I still find things in the basement that I don’t know what they are and have never seen before.
I love the baroque shape of this thing.
This is the old original (?) salt bagging apparatus. It’s neat looking, and probably requires a lot more arm strength than the current automated assembly.
This is what salt dust does to the inside of a computer, even if the computer’s inside a air-conditioned room.
Secondary wheel for the service hoist at the mine. This runs if the main one fails. It’s located about 20 feet below the main one, I think.
The primary wheel for the service shaft. This lifts (rolls?) 12.5 tons, and it’s about… 7 floors up? I lost count of flights.
Somewhere under Building 2 at work. It’s always at least 10-15 degrees cooler in here.
The old first-aid room at the back of the old hoist building.
This doorway looks a lot better than it used to.