I'm a web developer/sysadmin/host (NERD TRIPLE THREAT!) and this is my attempt to write about...leaving the house. Sometimes. Like, to go backpacking. And take some pictures. And justify spending the money on all the gear WHY SO MUCH?!?
Feel free to write and complain.
The Night of the Hunter was a Back-When-America-Was-Great-Again documentary about owls. It stars The Cologne Guy and the mother from Silence of the Hams.
I know, how do you have starring roles in a documentary that is ridiculous because HOLLLYWOOD THAT'S WHY STAR SYSTEM!
A sub plot is about the trials and tribulations of
an itinerant preacher who is just as qualified as Franklin Graham to pontificate on what the bearded sky man wants or doesn't want for anyone.
There was also something about ice cream? A shop of some kind? Also: labor laws and why we need unions.
Not pictured: any discussion of comprehensive sex education.
I give this movie 3.14 Them Apples
#TwitterHatTrick: getting 3 people you follow to like 3 of your tweets in one day.
History is super judgy.
I am my dog's emotional support animal #LawnMower
Following IHOb's lead, @Cinnabon is rebranding as Finnabon, the All Fish Parts Pastry Store.
Location: Raccoon Creek Loop, THE WHOLE SHEBANG PLUS EXTRA 'CAUSE DUMB
Trail Distance: 22 (39 miles ytd)
Been a while, eh?
Yeah, I know, I know. So many excuses, so little drive. I think it's getting better - I actually went and a) hiked in the hot and 2) FINISHED A TRAIL, BITCH (I have been following IBTAT, obvs).
Yup, I did the whole thing. Instead of just the Raccoon Loop, I did a figure-eight from the east side Heritage trailhead across the Mineral Springs link to the office. Hence the extra. Oh, well (THE CHURNED UP HORSE TRAIL MADE IT FUN THO).
I'm not usually a fan of hiking in warm weather (ALSO BUGS EAT A DICK BITING FLIES no maybe please don't), but this was tolerable. Getting going in the morning and having at least 3/4 of the time be less humid (waht a sentence) helped a lot.
Yeah, I learned you cannot have a twist in the continuous loop where it connects to the cinch buckle. Luckily I can brain enough that I remembered to add a slippery half-hitch behind it so I did not bounce on the dirt.
A++ will hike again but in coldy times.