Yet another selfie, this time at the "tower" in San Carlos that has been there since I was a kid.
A magazine cover with a favorite story from a favorite author. From my "collection".
At the Queen Mary in Long beach. Here we see some lifeboats on the starboard side.
Here we see them again, but now the passing boat is almost centered.
Yet another lifeboat.
This is the ship's radio room. I talked to the volunteer who was manning the station for a while. They have a ham radio station that is active.
Quite a few of these pieces of equipment I have no idea what they do. I was told that the packet station was running on a Windows 98 computer.
This looks like the main CW operating position.
This life boat is on the port side, and seems to have levers that the occupants have to operate to make the boat go. I surmise.
Looking back along the port side towards the stern, a long line of lifeboats.
Behind the Queen Mary there is a cruise boat at their own dock, soon to be taking on passengers.
Some rocks of the jetty that surrounds the Queen Mary. The jetty was built with rocks quarried on Catalina Island.
The bow of the Queen Mary and the bow of the Russian submarine B-427 next door.
Long Beach viewed through cabin porthole.
Long Beach viewed through cabin porthole at night!!
Selfie with Long Beach viewed through...ahhh, forget it!!!
I don't know why some of these thumbnails are the wrong size. I DO know these pictures are somewhat out of order, due to me taking them with two devices, and the image numbers being out of sequence, thusly.
See, here, this picture should be back the jetty rocks one!
A panorama of the cabin I stayed in.
Here is the bathroom. Nice! It has an EXCELLENT flusher, and the room even has a fan. How come my bathroom at home doesn't have a fan, eh?
Driving home on Sunday Morning I stopped at the View Point. Seems a little foggy out there on the ocean.
I did some geocaches in Kearny Mesa on the way home. At one I found I had lost my pen. I retraced my steps to the previous cache, and there it was! Good thing I put that orange duct tape on it!
Oh, and here is some of the geo-SWAG I picked up at the geo-event on the Queen Mary.
Thanks for reading!!!