At the end of the path Maggie and I take most morning and evenings for a walk there's a large electrical transformer/switching station. While we photographers have a rule of thirds for composing an image the number three is well represented among the power industry as well.
We're at a RV park in Tulsa, OK, having just finished the the first week of a two week job updating the parks guest services guide.
Random observations from the Co-Pilot’s seat...
While at Sikeston, MO, I checked the water heater anode rod in our 5th Wheel RV. A sacrificial anode rod is a rod made of Magnesium, Aluminum or a combination of Aluminum, Zinc and Tin which in simple terms diverts corrosive action away from the tank walls and onto itself. As the name sacrificial indicates, the anode rod will slowly corrode away by chemical reaction as it protects the rest of the tank.
"We live in a disposable society. It's easier to throw things out than to fix them. We even give it a name - we call it recycling." ~~ Neil LaBute
"I suppose I would still prefer to sit under a tree with a picnic basket rather than under a gas pump, but signs and comic strips are interesting as subject matter." ~~ Roy Lichtenstein