The Ruth Cofer Cemetery is where the local indigent are buried. According to the newspaper, the cemetery is supposed to be filled up before the end of this year. It has been in existence since 1933. Although it is a sad place, it is peaceful and the view is nice.
We recently attended an indoor erging competition. Ergometers are the machines used to simulate rowing. In the competition, several rowers participate in a race. There is a big screen with boats in each lane, signifying the rowers. Their boats move according to how they are rowing. It looks like an early 1980s video game.
I can tell the days are getting longer because there is some color in the sky before work in the mornings now. It's funny that I don't notice the power lines when I'm looking at the sky on the way in the door, but in the photo they are very dominant.
This old railroad car sits on the tracks in Enterprise South (the industrial park where VW and Amazon are). I couldn't find any information about what is specifically being done with this car, or why it is here. When I googled the name on the side of the car, "Algonquin Park", I came across this website. If you scroll down the page, the first car on the list is the Algonquin. It looks as if it used to be used for timeshare vacations, but the website hasn't been updated for a few years.
Sometimes it's hard to get out to take interesting photos because what little free time I have is spent running errands. Recycling is one of those things that has to get done or it can take over the garage. I figure this is a view of a typical part of life here in Chattanooga.
I missed Skywatch Friday yesterday but I saw they are looking for a new host. I hope someone steps up since it is such a nice meme. Today I'm putting up two sky shots. The first is what the sky looked like through my kitchen window when I got up.
The second is a couple of hours later when we were getting "heavy" snow. Having grown up in Indiana, this seems pretty insignificant, but around here this is a major snow event.