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Herman Laurel in Mountainania March 19, 2012

Filed under: Uncategorized,Yards Creek (CREEK) — baker Blinker @ 9:08 am

“So this was about seeing the ufo — you in fact — then turning around, as it were, and placing the marble in — what do we call that mountain laurel in Hermania, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Alfred.

bb:

But really.

Hucka D.:

Bode’s Limb.

bb:

Better!

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bb:

Really am getting a lot of territory covered lately, at least in the TILE Creek area. But I haven’t re-explored the very head of the stream yet.

Hucka D.:

Scared?

bb:

Yeah. Think so.

Hucka D.:

You will see your own death?

bb:

Well, I don’t think so.

Hucka D.:

TILE Creek is rather a giant puzzle. The Hatch is a newest piece. Who lived there? Who used it?

bb:

I just don’t know yet.

Hucka D.:

Then the obvious former community of Bill’s Fork or Billfork. 3 marbles in a teacup on a fork. That’s the next step and where you turn around after seeing the ufo — me — at Drink Lake.

bb:

So in a way this is about taking away emphasis from Hermania. A bit at least.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Bill’s Fork is a focus now. On Fork Creek, primary tributary of TILE. Perhaps a TILE fork.

bb:

Hermania becomes more of a listening/watching station. Like Mars Beach. Like Pencilinsula. Like Hidden Island.

Hucka D.:

You are beginning to understand the complications of TILE Creek. NORRIS, now probably just norris, was a warm-up, although activities can continue there[ as well].

bb:

Bill’s Fork is where The Table will be built.

Hucka D.:

Perhaps.

bb:

Who are The Bill[, then]?

 

TILE Creek, Sunday Again 02

Filed under: Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks),Yards Creek (CREEK) — baker Blinker @ 12:57 am

We now pictorially explore Bill Fork or Bill’s Fork between the two areas already featured in part 1 of “Tile Creek, Sunday Again”, lying at the junction of Fork Creek and an as yet unnamed spring entering it from the west here. Forward Spring? (backwards from Spring Forward). Or maybe just Bill Spring, since, again in Hucka-speak, most landmarks in the area are named some variation of Bill by the original inhabitants (The Bill). Apparently they had almost a total lack of imagination. 🙂

Below we find a “flowery” appearing log actually covered with decay fungii — have to research what kind. To the right, just beyond the line of rhododendron, flows the spring talked about before. Further to the right would be found Fork Creek itself.

Nearby hole in the ground from which you can hear the head of the spring, despite no sign of surface water. Perhaps add it to the growing list of TILE Creek mysteries, then. I’ll probably tag this hole as well with a name. Billy Hole? The more I think about it the more I believe the spring is named Bill itself, and found inside this hole. Not a typical hole.


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Small falls on Fork Creek probably marking a limit of Billfork on its western side.

Larger drop just downstream, with the main, discernable path into Billfork crossing its top. Billfork would mainly be found to the left here.

A slender rock leaning against the back of Bill Rock, the latter being the largest stone of Billfork by far, and which Bill Spring passes directly beneath on its way to Fork Creek.

And then Bill Rock itself, seen from the north. The waterfall pictured above would lie behind it as viewed from this direction.

Another quite amazing find this day: what I call the Lower Rock Garden within another tributary of Fork Creek not far north of Billfork, maybe even a part of the Greater Billfork Metro Area. I also found a complimentary Upper Rock Garden above it this day. The amazing TILE Creek finds certainly are continuing!

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* Quote from above (Nino the Mind-Boggler from “Everything You Know Is Wrong”)

Sending from his own mind to yours, here is Nino Savate with ‘A Psychic Minute.’

Can I say, hello? This is Nino the mind-boggler with Occult In Your Head. Today, let’s get into holes: The most mysterious, importantest and vaguest subject of them all.

The whole Earth might be called a hole, if you’re on the inside, looking out. And whole golden cities might be hid at the bottom of a bottomless pit. Even wholesome humans have holes, though we’re hardly whole at all. In fact, we’re wholly hole-y. As the Holy Book says in the Book of Holes, Chapter 1: ‘And they knew not their holes from an ass on the ground.’

Holes are positively attractive. Let’s go inside one and see… This is a typical hole. Not a hole in the wall, but a hole like a well. Well, well, what the Hell? That’s the sun at the center of the Earth, and that’s where this hole leads to. Heh-heh! What a nice, warm fire.

Next time, I’ll think to you about gravity, and its opposite, comedy. Until then, this is Nino saying, can I say, goodbye?

 

TILE Creek, Sunday Again 01

Filed under: Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks),Yards Creek (CREEK) — baker Blinker @ 12:54 am

Exploring a ridge above TILE Creek above Hermania and also Hidden Island, was surprised to come about some old goodmobiles strewn about the open woods.

Then just over top of the ridge found this further cache of much larger goodmobiles, the several in the below photo representing more intact varieties. Can goodmobiles get this large? Hucka D. has since indicted that indeed they can, and that The Bill, five in number, came from Allen Knob or the Allen Knob area in these vehicles in ancient times to found the community of Billfork on Fork Creek just to the west. Fascinating! Much more of Billfork or Bill’s Fork coming up.

Even the plants on the ridge seem to mimick the rusty appearance of the many goodmobiles there. Camouflage even?

Then we move to the open woods directly above Fork Creek itself (and upstream from Billfork as opposed to downstream for the ridge pictured above) to find more artifacts probably alien in origin. I know they look like old pots and dishes but they’re most likely not, judging from some of the other known oddities of this general area.

Smooth Rock at the lower end of the pseudo pots/dishes strewn region. Very smooth indeed; perhaps too much so? Was it polished for some reason? I believe, once again, Hucka D. wants to interject and energetic “yes!” here. But why? Is it to increase the albedo?

More pseudo pots on a ridge above Smooth Rock.

Then following the new ridge up to the edge of the rhododendron, I found something else this fine, blue day: a hatch. Seems eerily similar to LOST’s, and perhaps directly related in ways. Is it a monitoring station like LOST’s The Swan (keeping in mind the “two-headed” Swan downstream in Drink Lake)? Or perhaps (more likely?) an observation station like The Pearl?

What other frigg’n secrets is TILE Creek still keeping from me?? Wow.

Tile Creek, Sunday Again 02