On the day after Christmas, in the evening, I walked out of the house with Zoo dummy corded to my waist with a seven foot leather strap choke lead. We were gone in the five inch plus and drift for just under three hours. It really seemed winter for that time. The air was cold, around freezing and the sky was trying hard to be clear of clouds. Towards the west I could see breaks in the dark overcast and the sky behind was turning not only dark blue, but as well shades of pink, red and almost turquoise. Through the holes in the clouds only, the sky appeared on fire. Hardly any notice of the auto viper, everyone must have been hunkered down. Of the amazing things that I met and passed, the one that was most noticeable was the lack of folks outside. In the picture below you will see what Christmas might look like under a Caesium(CS) explosion sky. More candy canes, they are everywhere. An anonymous angel left one dangling from my Answer Alumilite handle bars while I was in one of the buildings on Thursday right before Christmas Break. Candy canes, where does such a strange shaped and minty tasting treat come from anyways?