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Rescue Howler Whistle by Adventure Medical Kits
Make your presence known with a blast on your Rescue Howler Whistle from Adventure Medical Kits Originally developed as a component of the Pocket Survival Pak, no one will be able to miss your howl with this extremely loud, yet uber-lightweight whistle Features: Put your lips together and blow, this triple frequency whistle provides you with a pitch that exceeds US Coast Guard and SOLAS specifications Keep it close by on your lanyard with the dual lanyard hole Specifications: Weight: 05 ounces Dimensions: 2 1-8 x 1-4 inches76% (18)
NUMBER 26: Clermiston to Seton Sands
Saturday April 19th 2008 Get on at Clermiston, 6.44pm. Beside Corstorphine Hill, with an almost summer-light haze but still bare trees. At the red shelter a family speaking Spanish/maybe Mexican come upstairs and surround me, a little girl approaching the adjacent seat but shying away. A fire burnt house, black scorched pebbledash. A poster of a rabbit on someone's pink bedroom wall. Empty garage forecourt traced with foam from washing. Downhill and left. Go past a car showroom and the Mexican boy says "Ferrari!". Charlotte Square is half in shadow, and a group of dolled-up girls, one talking and looking indignant. The shops are closed. The park in St. Andrew's Square is finished but patches remain bare where the grass hasn't seeded. It gets colder. A mirror in a framing shop at the top of Elm Row reflects sky moving fast. A young teenage couple hold on to each other at a bus stop and he looks away, looks bored, chewing gum. Two green cranes next to Easter Road mirror the green metal on the stadium. Whistling through closed teeth. Train tracks heading past cycling tracks. A man sits at a pub table with his head in his hands, the table littered with empty shot glasses. He looks up and looks in the bus window. Suddenly the sea, white peaks. Stop and wait on King's road, music playing from the back. Then a boy with two footballs and a hearing-aid. Coloured wheel spinning in the wind. A fishmonger's with metal shelves wiped clean. Glimpses of the waves. Past the towerblock in Joppa and out into the end of the sunshine, the tide going out. Carefully tended flowerbeds. Two men inspect a trailer parked in a driveway. And over the cold water in Musselburgh, two swans lie asleep on the mud with their necks tucked inside their wings. Left past a derelict fire station tower and a row of creosoted fences. A sign says SCHOOL SAFETY ZONE and the bus jolts, fast. Chimneys still in the distance but speed up through trees on either side. Scrubland, a concrete bunker. Rows of one story terraces, in Prestonpans, pink and green neon. Then the power station. Further on, 100 yards.Whistle for Our Daily Challenge -- Explore...
This started out to be Windex on one of my front living room windows as it slid down the window pane. My idea was that I would use the saying "clean as a whistle." However, I didn't really like the shot. I took it to Photoshop and it kind of turned into a car wash, depending upon how you looked at it. This is a car that was parked across the street. The little blobs are Windex sliding down...
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