Friday, September 24, 2004

Between a Rock and a Hard Place.
I've been asked by a marketing company to do a review of the book Between a Rock and a Hard Place by Aron Ralston for my rock climbing site Bouldering at Stoney Point. In exchange for a free book, I'll need to review and promote it on the web site. I thought it would be fun so I accepted the offer and the book is in the mail. Just in case you are deaf, dumb, and blind (which would make me wonder how you're reading this) Aron is the guy that got his arm stuck by a boulder and cut off his own arm to escape. Happy reading ahead!
posted @ 12:25 PM PST [link]

Thursday, September 23, 2004

Apparently, I used to have more hair.
hippies (31k image)

Holy Crap! I was looking for some old photos and ran across this. That's me on the right with my best friend Jeff. I had to do a little research, but it seems that I took this picture of us sometime in 1991. We were so bad ass it's not even funny....OK, I guess it is.
posted @ 10:05 PM PST [link]

Tuesday, September 21, 2004

David Cross
I'm watching David Cross - The Pride Is Back on HBO Comedy right now... for about the 30th time. It's still funny.
posted @ 10:58 PM PST [link]

Another music list coming soon.
It's official. The next music list will be "Top Ten Cover Songs." We will be posting the lists the morning of October 4th (always the first Mon. of the month). Anyone that wants to join in, just let me know in the comments. Just to restate one of the rules, please link to all of the other lists if you can.
posted @ 06:54 PM PST [link]

Monday, September 20, 2004

It seems that someone is trying to tell me something. In the past couple of weeks I have been reminded of how I haven't gone Geocaching in a long time. First I ended up at a blog that mentioned Geocaching and then today was the kicker when I saw a story on CNN this morning about it. I need to get out there and away from staring at this glowing box in front of me. If you made it this far and still have no idea what I'm talking about, then I'll try to give a simple explanation. Using a small hand held GPS, you gather coordinates from the Geocaching web site and go on a search to find hidden treasures. Just to give you an idea on how popular this is, just go to the site and punch in your zip code to see all of the hidden caches near your home. You'll be surprised no matter where you live. The idea is to find the hidden containers usually filled with small nick-nacks and to exchange something and/or sign the log book if there is one. It's kinda like surfing for new blogs and leaving comments, only you get a lot more exercise. Below is a picture of me with a cache Marisa and I found a couple years ago near Carmel, California.
bunny cache

posted @ 12:17 PM PST [link]
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