Frosty sunrise

red sky over snowy fields

It has been a while since I posted a sunrise photo. The one this morning was stunning.

Though you can’t see it in the photo, this is a valley containing Plum Creek near where Dutch Run joins it. The stream flows toward Shelocta where it joins Crooked Creek, which is a tributary of the Allegheny River and goes to the Ohio, Mississippi, finally the Gulf of Mexico.

Politically this is Plumcreek Township, part of Armstrong County PA USA.

The phone company considers this an Elderton (354) exchange while for the US Postal Service it is a Shelocta 15774 (Indiana County PA) delivery route.

Got the important things going right away:

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The past year has been challenging for health, housing, and just in general but I have a place to stay and what seems to be dependable DSL service to connect to the internet. Hopefully I will be posting more often.

Although this is close to 422, a busy highway, it has its own parking lot plus there is a nice yard on the other side of the building for Atticus to explore.

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I’m still using my Samsung mobile phone for photos. Looking toward updated replacements for the computer, camera, car, printer, and possibly the toaster oven. Sigh…

I am still moving in. The winter storms have slowed the process but I need to do things like that gradually anyway. I still am using the self-storage unit I rented in June 2011. Hopefully downsizing can continue though I like the flexibility it affords plus it provides off-site location for backups for my computer files.

About Kathy

Perl, MySQL, CGI scripting, web design, graphics following careers as an analytical chemist and educator, then in IT as a database administrator (DBA), programmer, and server administrator.
Diagnosed with Mitochondrial Myopathy in 1997.

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2 Responses to Frosty sunrise

  1. Lynette Funte says:

    Thanks!

  2. Kathy says:

    Glad to share.

    Figure that being over 65 means that about 80% of our sunrises and sunsets are used up.

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