Looks like “Turn tail to your right” and then “Connect to ground power”, to me.
I sure do, too, though for some reason it looks brighter and more “joyous” than I remember. They seemed darkly menacing and forbidding, when I used to watch them at old Lakey. Then again, the Cold War was still on at the time. Everything seemed a little bit more ominous.
Following on from my other photos of Cotopaxi, here’s a few more, taken this morning…
Cayambe. In the right light, from the right angle, this volcano looks like a skull. Even in this picture, you can see how, but sometimes it is so strikingly obvious it is scary. At just a shade under 19,000 ft, it is Ecuador’s third highest elevation. Dormant, last erupted in the late 1700’s, far as I know.
Another angle on Cayambe in the foreground, Antisana and Cotopaxi in the background, respectively 4th and 2nd highest elevations of Ecuador.
If you look very closely at Cotopaxi in that shot, you can see Chimborazo beyond, too, just to the left.