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September 2013

Hey the bucket was empty and nothing in the queue and it's another cloudy rainy day in Tallahassee sooo ....

I opened the blinds in the kitchen this morning and saw this spider. The web wasn't there yesterday but going by the bits of insects, a wing here and there, the tears and holes, it found a good spot. Guess leaving the light on in the evening helps draw them bugs in.

That front that passed thru the east coast 2 days ago is still dragging it's butt across the Gulf Coast and Florida. Nothing much else to say, nothing much below the fold, just some appropriate music for your morning entertainment...

A shout out to Alvin Lee and Ten Years After. One of my early purchases after getting a job and some cash was their LP "Undead" - recorded live. No idea who the band was but it looked like the blues with a lot of rock. Side 2 ends with, of course, "Going Home" - by the time I got to Woodstock and saw the band, I knew that song well.

Here's the Youtube of "Spider in My Web"

This one is pretty cool as the uploader added photos of spiders and webs to go with the music.

That's all folks; just a quick bucket to get things started this week.
And The Daily Bucket is now open for your thoughts and observations...

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