Return of the proper walk shot.
Note that this one is also an example of a proper job :-)
On the fourth attempt we did the twin falls hike!
Attempt 1: rain stopped play so we hunted yeti instead
Attempt 2: made it, only backwards
Attempt 3: snow stopped play
going back we just flew down the trail
H opted to bask in the sun mid-stream…
…luckily the water was lower than it was when these logs got jammed
I spent four (long) days last week
outside my comfort zone but having fun.
This pic above was me at about 1.30 am at the end of long day #3.
I learnt a lot, including that learnings isn’t a word.
A slightly variation in the proper walking foot shot. This time I’m sitting.
It’s good to leave your comfort zone…occasionally.
H & I have been bit sick :-(
so we jumped at the opportunity to get out in the fresh air today with a walk and some frisbee at Golden Gardens
some went a bit further with open air tai chi
(at least I think that’s what it is)
while others were just ridiculous.
I mean, we’re 47°N and it’s February :-)
The timetable for my bus changed at the weekend, as too did the route, which made for a slightly confusing trip to work today (made worse by a substandard edition of TWiT).
The sunset in the pouring rain this evening while waiting
for the bus home made up for it.
Oh, and I got home to the news that Sammy the Salmon
has, most probably, saved the school.
A blur of frantic activity as H strives once again to dominate
the family monopoly championships.
Math homework was never this fun when I was six;
but then I didn’t get math homework when I was six.
Smile of the day.
Warning sticker on a car door cup holder
indicating that contents in open cups may spill.
IMHO depends very much on the driving style of the driver…
The PG Tips tin is empty.
For never was there a story of more woe than this.
Music, news and opinions on the go. Cool.
Wireless sync when I’m suffering from a cold and banished to the spare room. Cooler.
Being part of the social? Haven’t figured that one out yet.
Also means I’m not nicking Fay’s iPod when I get the bus to work!
The Super bowl is, for some reason, rather big here. Big enough that you’d want to take advantage of the lack of crowds and head for the slopes
(assuming you could avoid the dynamite being dropped from choppers).
F celebrated in traditional style, with a case of Bud.
King of beers indeed.
H had a party so we headed off to the park for some excitement with the ‘big tree‘, ‘boy eating tree‘ and ‘spiral staircase of doom‘…
…followed by a pit-stop at the coffee shop for chocolate cake. Result.
F is getting pretty speedy, the trick is going to be getting the training wheels off without him noticing…
Or at least frozen enough to have fun with the boys skimming stones and chunks of ice across the surface.
I *love* the sound of skating ice in the mornings.
snow for us means a bit of fun in the garden/yard with mr. vader
but snow also means I90 closed due to stuff like this and this