My cousin and I were geocaching out at Long Reef Headland, it was a bit of a walk getting there and surprisingly this came right over head:
Being a headland offered some great views of the Northern Beaches, both up north and south. This was overlooking Collaroy and Narrabeen:
This was the view overlooking the Long Reef Golf course and Dee Why Beach from the headland:
The local council provides a number of information booklets; though most have been vandalized. This was an interesting quote on non-vandalized portion of the stand:
A few final shots, of me, a Geocache, and the views:
After over a year at the mechanics’, the little pocket rocket finally got its interior stripped out for the new carpet. A few minor tweaks for the audio cabling, and it’ll be ready.
The windscreen is already out, waiting for the delivery of its replacement. I noticed a few things that could get a tidy-up, including that damn climate-control faceplate – the close-second bane of CRX owners worldwide, behind the glove box.
I must remember to get that Master Bushing Set ordered in, too.
Part of a series of videos on YouTube – A Tribute to Carl Sagan.
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Earlier today, @erikjdavis from SkepticNorth tweeted a link to the below image from Intelligent Falling:
From Potholer54’s YouTube Channel comes this easy to understand history of the universe. He looks at the technological advances made in science that allowed people to search for the truth about the universe. While this is Part 1, Part 2 can be found here.