Monday, January 9, 2012
The Gates Of Fort Chesapeake Are Still Open But Attended By Vigilant Humans
However, the gates are now open with humans inside the Fort.
With a trailer moved in, along with at least 4 outhouses, lighting and a white pickup or two.
Due to wetness falling from the sky above I did my walking today in Wal-Mart and Target. I don't see how Target stays in business. In Wal-Mart I have myself a fine time playing dodge humans, in Target there are very few humans to dodge.
On the way back to my abode, from my shop walk through Wal-Mart and Target, my route takes me through my neighborhood Albertson's parking lot. That is when I saw the gates of Fort Chesapeake were open, but with new things added.
I pulled over on the Albertson's parking lot to take a picture through the water drops on my sideview window.
I only took two photos.
See the guy in a white hardhat standing by the trailer door?
When I stopped my vehicle, parallel to Boca Raton Boulevard, clearly aiming at the open gate of Fort Chesapeake, that guy in the white hard hat started walking towards me.
I finished my picture taking, then took a right turn to head on home. As I pulled out of the Albertson's parking lot the guy in the white hat was looking towards me and my vehicle and writing feverishly on a notepad.
Was he writing down my license number, I paranoiacally wondered? But, then again, was I really being all that paranoid? It is not like I have not had a few encounters with guys in white pickups guarding pipelines sucking water from the Trinity River.
The fracking begins tomorrow. I have a feeling it is going to be interesting.