It is always amusing watching Jack Horkhiemer, Star Gazer on public television. Primarily, I like to see his hideous toupee, which looks like some animal is clinging to his head. But I also enjoy his enthusiasm for science and naked-eye astronomy. The problem, of course, is that winter in Cleveland is usually overcast, so you can’t see the sky at all.
But with overcast in winter (or, perhaps more properly from the overcast in winter) comes snow. These past couple of days I have seen raccoon tracks Rabbit, and skunk, . The skunk was obvious, too, as it has been spraying the car.