From: "Michael J. Woods" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Thu, 2 Oct 1997 17:39:43 -0400 (EDT) Fwd Date: Fri, 03 Oct 1997 01:09:42 -0400 Subject: Re: The sky over Roswell >Date: Wed, 01 Oct 1997 12:18:46 -0700 >From: Ted Viens <email@example.com> >To: firstname.lastname@example.org >Subject: The sky over Roswell >5th July 1997 Roswell, New Mexico. The Roswell Alien Crash Street Circus >and Road Show was winding down for another day. Realizing that this >Pauper's Pilgrimage to EBE Nirvana would have to find shelter for the >night, I drove my brother and myself to my selected rest stop for a >restful overnight sleep in my '81 Toyota Corolla. This was a quiet spot >some 8,000 feet up the northern side of El Capitan near the base of the >telco microwave towers. <<snip>> >The early night was cloudless and the view of the starry skies was as >rewarding as could be expected. As the sun dropped below the horizon, >casual glances through the unobstructed northern sky failed to catch the >slow glittering sweep of any passing satellite. Local commuter flights >into the Roswell airfield passed nearly at eye level. <<snip>> >Prime satellite viewing time had passed uneventfully. The sky had become deep >black from east to west. Sitting on the concrete foundation of the >microwave tower, I again glanced straight up when, at the zenith, I >finally saw a light moving in the sky. <<snip>> Hello all, Just a short note on the above. On the evening of July 5th, 1997, I, my wife Kathy, our cheerful facilitator here, Errol Bruce-Knapp, the enchanting Sue, John Velez and, if I'm not mistaken, the crazy Texas gal Rebecca were all gathered at the pinnacle of dining delight in Roswell, New Mexico known to gourmands everywhere as the Red Lobster. Errol, Sue, Kathy and I had also been there the night before, at around the same time, from around 8pm thru 11pm ish. On the fourth and the fifth there were VIOLENT thunderstorms, complete with lightning strikes, thunderboomers and rain that fell parallel to the ground. On the fifth we definitely left the Red Lobster and found our cars soaking wet, having watched the storm from inside. I guess it was a local problem though, since the post above mentions clear skies etc and no mention of that storm. But starting around 7 in the evening and going on until midnight on July 5th there were serious, heavy thunderclouds above the immediate Roswell area. Any of the above named who remember different please feel free to post a big, Hey-Woods-lay-off-the-recreational-activity-its-burning-out-your-brain notice. Cheers all, Michael J. Woods The truth can STAY out there, send in a good fantasy.
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