I agree with your statements, fully Sonia. Volcanoes are intriguing and we are literally living " in the ring of fire". Mt. Shasta is about 1 hour drive North of us. Mt.Lassen is about 40 minutes to our East & can be see for us from our front yard. Mt.Lassen is more active than Mt. Shasta, so it has been said. Which is not in my thoughts as to my unknowing mind if there is not smoke coming out of it, it must not be all that active.Kitty wrote: ↑May 29th, 2020, 2:46 amoh wow, now these two sections had me riveted. I immediately had to look up pictures of the fer-de-lance and she indeed looks dangerous. Kudos to the cat that defends her kittens so bravely.adr6090 wrote: ↑May 28th, 2020, 5:25 pmBelow are section 120&121.
https://librivox.org/uploads/kitty/worldstory_volume11_120_tappan.mp3 time 9:03
https://librivox.org/uploads/kitty/worldstory_volume11_121_tappan.mp3 time 7:57
As for Mount Pelée, well, it reminds one a lot of the Pompeii disaster. A horrible tragedy. I am happy I don't live near an active volcano. I hope Mount Shasta is still far away from you, April, or is that not an active volcano ? And I remember there was quite a disaster as well, in the 80s I think, on Mount St. Helens, but that is too far to the North I guess ?
In any case...both sections are PL ok and very entertaining to listen to. Only careful with the filenaming, you forgot _128kb at the end but I will change it in the folder, no need to reupload, since there were no other errors.
Thank you so much
No qualms about them erupting for me, though does a person ever have qualms about unfortunate happenings?
fer-de-lance photos do have the kitty a strong character for standing her ground to protect her kittens.