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Monday, October 4, 1999
Just off Central Expressway, I found a company, Yahoo!
Ever heared of them? :-)
Tuesday, October 5, 1999
Classical Silicon Valley Industrial Park - II
Here are some more images from a nearby "Classic" Silicon Valley Industrial Park.
I wanted to see if there was visual evidence of the change of season.
The trees have a little color change.
It isn't visible in the picture, but I had hoped a jet contrail would be
visible in the lower picture. I am not certain, but I think their visibility
has something to do with the temperature of the upper atmosphere. Can anyone
confirm/correct this notion?
Thursday, October 7, 1999
Over the Hill
I was traveling towards San Jose, going north on 17 (between Santa Cruz and San Jose).
This photo is very near the summit. Within a few hundred yards of this point,
the odometer of my car recycled from 99999.9 to 00000.0 miles; an interesting place for
this to happen. This point is about 1,400-1,500 feet above sea level.
Continuing back to San Jose, we see the brown hills surrounding Mission Peak (east of Milpitas, CA) in the distant background. This photo is near Los Gatos from 17 north. As you can see, it is a clear day, but there is a blanket of Smog Over Silicon Valley.
Friday, October 8, 1999
Tree Lined Street
Downtown Santa Clara, near the main post office, looking across the street
towards a coffee shop. Wish I had the time to stop there.
Saturday, October 9, 1999
It is about 6:45-7:00 AM, looking towards the east. Venus is bright.
On this photo, if you extent the black lines from the bottom, and the right
of the picture. Venus can be found near the intersection. Not really
bright in the picture, but present.
Industrial Park Pond
Quiet today. The industrial park has some activity, but mostly rests.
I think there are fountains here during the week, in this industrial park
near Saratoga, CA.
Sunday, October 10, 1999
Pumpkins are on sale now!
Long Straight Rails
We are in Campbell, CA looking North East. The hills east of Milpitas and
Mission Peak can be seen in the background. This run of track heads towards
San Jose. I think the only train on this track is a week day run of bulk materials
(coal, rock) to the cement plant on the west side of the valley. It is a slow
and heavy train.
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