🐾Cougar tracks[!] that I came across this weekend on the far side of an 11-mile loop. Probably only a few hours old since it was raining that day. Check out the long foot drag, and how the back paw meets the front in almost the exact same, alternating spot. I followed these for a mile or so until they left the trail and then rejoined it further along. Glad to get home safe that day, but still worth the palpitations!
i sort of #decided maybe that i have enough #songs for my new album #zoz and so this morning i #arranged them into different orders to see if i could make the album #flow as a whole in a way that i #liked and i ended up figuring out a way to make it flow in a way that i love . i still have #lyrics to #write and i still have to #mix#everything and #probably rerecord all of the #tracks but it feels like an album and it's called zoz .
During the Civil War, the B&O No. 57 was used as a freight engine to haul troops and supplies for the Union army. It is named after the mythological Greek warrior, Memnon, who led his army into battle against Achilles during the Trojan war. Pictured here inside the roundhouse at the B&O Railroad Museum.
A picture of a vickers medium mark I. After the first world war disbaned brittain most of their tank battalions leaving only five tank battalions equiped with the mark V and the medium mark C.
The medium mark I replaced some of the mark V heavy tanks, together with its successor the slightly improved vickers medium mark II. It served in the royal tank regiments, being the first type of the in total 200 tankd to be phased out in 1938. The medium mark I was the first tank to see mass production since the last of the ten Char 2C's had been finished in 1921.
The tank was 5.33m long, 2.87m wide and 2.82m high. It had a 5 man crew and weighted 11.7tons. The main arnament was a QF 3 pounder gun (47mm). Its operational range was 190km.
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