Even in the desert it gets cloudy and might stay that way for a couple of days, which is why it's important for boondocker's to size their solar panels and battery banks to get them through not just sunny days, but days when you don't get much charging at all.
The back end of an A-10 Warthog is the last sight you will ever see after It drops a bomb on your position.
Riding bulls is dangerous at best, but there's one thing that every rider fears the most.
And that's getting hung up. When your hand gets stuck in the bull rope the rider is all but helpless. Everything is happening very quickly and he's getting tossed around like a ragdoll, and the bull's hooves are inches from the rider.
It's a situation like this is where the Bullfighter's earn their meager pay and do everything possible to get the rider free before his arm is broken or he's trampled.
Bull riders are as tough as they come, even the little guys like this, and they have to be hurt pretty bad to show any sign of pain, because pain is a way of life for a bull rider.
1/23/2020 09:07:08 am
That wasn't one of my better pictures by the time I ran inside the Arctic Fox and got my camera the A-10 was just a speck in the sky. The A-10's don't fly over very often it's mostly F-16s. The A-10's are stationed at Davis- Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson and they only use the bombing range next to me, which is called the Barry M Goldwater range, some of the time.
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