Monthly Archives: July 2005

Goldielocks Cometh

So in preparation for Burningman, I decided to bleach my hair to see what it would look like. Hell, I don’t have a job, so why not? Here’s some pix from the process. Before Starting the process Color taking shape

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hiking community

Ellen and I are going camping and berry picking this weekend, and as I was researching where to go I stumbled upon a really good website for northwest hiking. http://www.nwhikers.net . The forums are pretty active, with lots of relevant

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You ain’t got a thing, if you ain’t got that swing

I’m finally getting back into the swing of things… literally. This morning, the swing consisted of me rowing a kayak all over Lake Union. I left the house early and headed down to Mossbay Rowing on Lake Union to rent

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Mt. Rainier, July 24th, 2005 — Emmons Glacier Trip Report

Sunrise at 12,600 ft I know, I know…stop the shouting. I’ve been pretty far behind on the blogging front. I never did get around to finishing the blog for my cross country trip, but I did post pictures. Here’s the pic

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Home at last

Ellen and I are finally home. We arrived home last night around 2 am. I’ll give more details in the subsequent blogs…. We didn’t have net access for a number of days, so I’m behind on my postings. I’ll shoot

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Hella Fun

As noted in the earlier post, Ellen and I decided to head west and hit America’s best amusement park, Cedar Point. Cedar Point is famous for having more roller coasters than any other amusement park in the world, and most

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Screw the coast, I want roller coasters!

Well, the first leg of my trip is officially complete. I enjoyed a few great days in New York City with Ellen to celebrate our 1 year wedding anniversary. We had a blast, and I took adavantage of the location

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Fire and Beer ñ Two great tastes that taste great together

Yesterday, my plan wasnít to travel to any new location, but to see interesting things in Eastern Pennsylvania. For this adventure I had a partner in crime – Michelle, my cousin Davidís wife. She and I drove north of Philly for

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Where’s Willie Wonka?

My route yesterday took me thru the mountains of Pennsylvania where it rained like crazy. I drove most of the way from Canfield to Hershey, PA with the roof down, as the rain wasn’t falling hard enough to make it

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4th of July in smalltown America

As I  document small town America in my travels, I found it necessary to see a small town 4th of July parade, thus I stayed at my parent’s house one more day longer than I probably should have to catch

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