Monthly Archives: September 2008

Summer reflections 2: Picnic Table

I built a picnic table during my vacation in August. I hadn’t built anything this involved in quite a while, probably not since the chicken coop over ten years ago. It seemed like this ought to be a pretty straight-forward … Continue reading

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Summer reflections 1: Climb High

My son’s sixth-grade class climbed Mount Mansfield as a celebration of their accomplishments, and I had the pleasure of being a chaperone on the hike. It was a humid day, the hike having been postponed from the previous day because … Continue reading

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Cool scifi art from Stephan Martiniere

Today I fired up an older computer, and I had set the desktop background to an image created by Stephan Martiniere called Angel City. KGS saw it over my shoulder and asked where I got it, and I couldn’t remember. … Continue reading

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