The sixth day of an outdoor Christmas takes us on a trip into nature. So far we have had gifts for PA State Parks, snowshoeing, ski resort overnights, and yesterday geocaching. Yesterday I focused on cycling so today we will think about anchoring ourselves. Let’s look at some things for the camper on your list.
YANCY: I think yes, to – very Well, said. I think to elaborate on that what David said is that if we don’t believe them especially because we are not seeing them yet nor do they sometimes have an idea of what they are going to actually CGI in there that if we don’t believe them as the characters in the story, nobody is going to believe them.
There are actually two cemeteries, one for the Catholics, and one for the Protestants. The prior being Silver Cliff Cemetery and the later is called Cross of the Assumption. Cross of the Assumption has a large white cross in it that seems to glow in the bright moonlight. Each are known for being host to glowing balls of light that meander from cemetery to cemetery and wander among the gravestones. The Silver Cliff website describes the phenomena: “The cemetery is famous for it’s unexplained “dancing blue lights” seen on occasion and featured in the August 1969 National Geographic Magazine, Volume 136, No. 2.” Apparently these lights have been seen for many years.
YANCY: I think that it takes a certain kind of director, truly, to be able to not completely go postal and because of the way that the schedule lends itself. And if they don’t have a sense of honor, I think if everybody doesn’t have a sense of honor involved, we’re kind of screwed on all fronts.
“Sergeant Karl Wolfe was in the Air Force for 4 and 1/2 years beginning in January 1964. He had a top-secret Coinmarkets clearance and worked with the tactical air command at Langley AFB in Virginia. While working at a NSA [National Security Agency] facility he was shown photographs taken by the Lunar Orbiter of the moon that showed detailed artificial structures. These photos were taken prior to the Apollo landing in 1969. [See Wolfe’s testimony at 57:50 minutes into the May 9, 2001 Disclosure Project press conference.
YANCY: You know, that’s true, David. That’s very true. Because usually, at the opening scene of some actors, in any movies, really, you’ll go like, “Oh that poor guy, he’s out pretty quick.” And you really can’t tell who’s going to survive, nor could we at the beginning of each day.
A: I recently retired from the security engineering business. My children are gone away. My wife is very supportive. Schedule is not an issue. I write when I want, which is sometimes all day, sometimes middle of the night.