Skye Cree is after a madman like no other. He’s cunning, smart, dangerous, a serial killer who preys on entire families. He’s gone undetected for five years until an analytical nerd stumbles on a pattern of murders across the U.S. with no apparent connections.
Slowly Skye begins to connect the dots. But with lives at stake, will she be able to figure out the link in time to catch this psychopath before he adds more victims to his tally? Or will she get outfoxed and jeopardize everything she loves one last time? Everything hinges on trying to end the reign of a serial killer who has nothing to lose. Will Skye take him down and find justice for the families or has she met her match?
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Thousands have lived without love, not one without water.
~ W. H. Auden
In case you haven’t heard, California has a water problem. Under dire drought conditions the state is slowly turning brown. The state’s best hope for a drought-proof water supply is desalination plants. There were at one time, fifteen in the works, but as far as I know there is only one under construction now. It’s location: Carlsbad, a suburb of San Diego, approximately ninety miles south of me via the I-5. For years desalination plants have been discussed in great detail. Even though the technology is used in arid regions of the world like Israel and Saudi Arabia, is California ready to turn to the Pacific Ocean for their drinking water supply? Or will the idea fall flat because it might cost too much, or some believe it’s too harmful for the environment, or it’s too improbable to work? After all, the state has tried desalination before in Santa Barbara. The plant opened in 1991, supplied water for a mere four months and once the drought ended, the city closed the place down. Why? Because water from reservoirs was much cheaper.
Below is a video I found on youtube that explains desalination.
Whatever the solution is, California needs to address the issue, sooner rather than later, and do something other than restricting watering a lawn. The issue has passed crisis mode. If the legislators aren’t willing to step up and fix the problem, then the public needs to put pressure on them to do so.
Mac is all very cool with its magic and whistles
Like Time Machines, Air-Drops, and iCloud missives.
The keyboard is different, it’s all a bit strange
But putting up with Windows it’s time for a change.
Windows 7 is ancient history and caused me so many problems I couldn’t even begin to list them here if I wanted to do so. Because over the course of several months I got so fed up with the issues, I took matters in hand and finally upgraded shucking the awful operating system and the angst it brought. No, I didn’t go to Windows 10 but to a MAC. In my house Apple now rules, the Mac has replaced my inferior PC and is home to connecting with all that I had before. As far as a PC goes, I won’t name names here but suffice to say I’m doing a happy dance right about now putting the thing away in the closet for good and forgetting I ever bought it in the first place. It’s taken me some time to transition but I’m a quick learner. Let’s hope I can catch up on all my emails, messages, and social media. Because I won’t kid you, it has been a learning curve but well worth putting Windows in my rearview mirror.