Sunday, May 21, 2017

Sunday Fresh Air Wichita Falls Caribbean Bedrock Walk With Flintstones

On this mighty fine next to last Sunday of May I decided to imbibe in enjoying the freshly cleaned atmosphere which is hovering about at my location on the planet.

In the past couple days that aforementioned atmosphere  has been washed and blown clean of airborne pollutants, such as pollen.

With multiple strikes of lightning providing further cleanup via shocking the air with multiple zaps of negative ions.

To benefit from those negative ions I opted to head north to the Caribbean on my neighborhood Circle Trail. At the point where I took the above picture we are looking north across bedrock at a Flintstone car following a Weeks Park course on the east side of Holliday Creek.

I ambled along the Circle Trail til I got to Haiti, then headed west on Haiti til I got to Barbados, then headed back south to my abode.

I am now feeling fully benefited by the extreme dose of negative ions and super clean air.

I do not miss the air I used to breathe in what local savant, Don Young, years ago, nicknamed Dirty Town. I no longer suffer the allergy woes I suffered whilst breathing that dirty air in Dirty Town.

I am currently scheduled to return to the D/FW zone on Wednesday. Part of that return will be a short time in East Dirty Town, a short time I hope to make sure is short enough so as not to activate those currently dormant  allergies....


Anonymous said...

I do believe that Don Young called Fort Worth, Dirty Old Town. I guess I shouldn't say what I call parts of Dirty Old Town. Ciao.

Durango said...

Anonymous, when I typed 'Dirty Town' into the label the blog post thing the auto fill deal filled in Dirty Ol' Town. I should have left it at that. I think I forgot the old part of the nickname due to the recent new nickname "Crookedtown". All one Crookedtown word. Actually, now that you're making me think about it, I sorta like "Crooked Ol' Town" better than Crookedtown. And definitely Dirty Ol' Town works better than Dirty Town...