Who I Am (part 1)

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I am a weather enthusiast, retired engineering technician, draftsman, and mechanic. I love nature, cats, dogs, horses, birds (especially parrots). I also like to listen to 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s rock and roll, some jazz, and some classical and gospel music. Whether in book or movie form I love mysteries, spy thrillers, some science fiction (not necessarily Sci-Fi), adventure, and sometimes a romantic story. I love to cook for my family occasionally when they let me.

I’ve put this blog together from ideas that I’ve developed over the years about what I like to talk about and discuss with other folks. I’ve spent the last 4 years as a subscriber to weather services like AccuWeather and the Weather Underground where I’ve learned, and still am learning, about the weather and how it works. I’ve even participated and helped out with posting weather warnings on the Weather Underground. I’ve learned a little about weather forecasting and will provide information from the National Weather Service and the Weather Underground for the area of the USA that I live in.

I will also be having a page to tell about the history of technology to show what technology was like 50+ years ago and show how we got to where we are now.

I will have a page talking about parrots as companion birds. I will talk about the many varied species of parrots around the world and what makes distinguishes a parrot from all the other birds.

As my blog grows, I may add other topics for discussion. I intend this to be a place to learn and to have fun.

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