Saturday, July 14, 2007

Lunchwalking with Court

I had a doctor's appointment in Eureka and some tests at St. Joseph's. In the afternoon on the way home, I did today's lunchwalk underneath the memorial bridge outside Klamath. It was a gorgeous day and well worth the time.

I recommend you use the Picasa slide show feature to get a more detailed format of these pictures. The geology there is very cool too, but if you're interested in that kind of stuff, check out my science blog sometime.


The Cittio Engineering Team is moving into our new digs at 667 Mission St.

After a brief time-out to do some work at the house, I'll be back in the City tomorrow morning helping to get the new data center up and running.

One more thing. If you've ever attended any of my "Surprise Angie" parties, you probably know my friend Fred Schodt. He's an author and Japanese interpreter.

Fred has a new book out on Astro Boy and will be speaking at the Asian Art Museum this coming weekend (July 21st). Fred's a good speaker and Astro Boy is just too cool, so I hope I'll see you there.

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