So I still think I'M in charge?
Got in last minute at least a 5 miler before
totally blowing the week with no run conditioning. Mostly because the marathon
boss in NM never wrote back after I asked about the terrain, hills, heat,
route, and there's only 14-20 "running into the desert." So guess I
don't give my $20 for the MS cause on Sept. 4. At least I won't have to worry
about having a memorable lapse and not know why I took any extra 2 hrs to
cross the Finish Line, if I do return at all. Ha ha! Mostly however,
because I AM going to Roswell June 30-Jul 3 for their most busy weekend, the
UFO Festival held during the anniversary of the incident.
I say "think I'm in Charge?" because at
the midpoint, my bro's candy shop (the irony of a dentist bro), there's this
big Hawaiian fella sitting and jiving. Then long story short he said he just
saw an UFO in the valley there in Nov. - on my 60th birthday. AND HE TOOK
PICTURES. He'll bring them to the store tomorrow so I can "take
them and show them in Roswell." What are the odds, just going on a
unscheduled jog, I'll find UFO pictures to take to the UFO Museum to be
analyzed? What a surprise gift for them.
I will also speak of my own sighting in the
60s. The usual light going at speeds our jets couldn't do. But most striking-
evidence of intelligence instead of natural phenomenon, was a perfect 90
degree turn using the whole night sky as the playground. We have to be talking
thousands of miles per hour to do a right angle using the whole sky, in a
split second. Boy did I feel great when I read this week through
"UFO Encyclopedia" the hundreds of sightings documented, if not
proofed to be ET UFOs, that 3 different stories spoke of such a right angle maneuver.
One on radar.
When I get the photos he said I could add it to my
art show and list him as a 'photographer.'
email to Harrison in Maine, June 16, 2006