December 23rd, 2008

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My cube at work

I'm feeling a bit better about work so I brought these guys in to decorate my cube.


My cube at work

Originally uploaded by retstak

So work’s been going a bit better. I have a cube. (Well, at least I have declared that I am in the office often enough to warrant having a cube be mine.) And in the interests of establishing that cube as mine, I brought these guys in to decorate it. It’s Luigi and a couple of minor baddies from Super Mario Brothers.

Also, I took this picture with my new toy. The Flickr page has the right model, so… ;) (Yeah, Verizon offered me a deal I really couldn’t pass up, and I’ve been thinking about getting a smartphone for a while.)

Originally published at retstak.org. You can comment here or there.

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My cube at work


My cube at work

Originally uploaded by retstak

So work’s been going a bit better. I have a cube. (Well, at least I have declared that I am in the office often enough to warrant having a cube be mine.) And in the interests of establishing that cube as mine, I brought these guys in to decorate it. It’s Luigi and a couple of minor baddies from Super Mario Brothers.

Also, I took this picture with my new toy. The Flickr page has the right model, so… ;) (Yeah, Verizon offered me a deal I really couldn’t pass up, and I’ve been thinking about getting a smartphone for a while.)

Mirrored from retstak.org.

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…go climb a mountain

Mt. Blanca, COOkay, so why in all of the seven hells am I looking up the best approach for climbing Blanca? I mean, other than the fact that my brain seems to think that climbing a fourteener is a really good idea? (And yes, kat, if climbing a fourteener is such a great idea, why don’t you go climb one of the fourteeners in your state instead of traspising all the way out to Colorado? Shasta’s been a goal for a long time… aaaaaaaugh.)

[info]mrfnord, somehow, I blame you. ;)

In all seriousness, I like hiking, and I would like to climb a fourteener, which is mountaineer slang for “a peak over fourteen thousand feet in height.” Most of the fourteeners in the Lower 48 are in Colorado (duh), but there’s a few in California and, of course, Seattleites will point to their own fourteener when they can see it through the rain. Or snow, as the case may be. See here for a complete list.

And I would probably do Shasta first, simply because, dude, that’s my mountain. But… :)

Originally published at retstak.org. You can comment here or there.

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…go climb a mountain

Okay, so why in all of the seven hells am I looking up the best approach for climbing Blanca? I mean, other than the fact that my brain seems to think that climbing a fourteener is a really good idea? (And yes, kat, if climbing a fourteener is such a great idea, why don’t you go climb one of the fourteeners in your state instead of traspising all the way out to Colorado? Shasta’s been a goal for a long time… aaaaaaaugh.)

[info]mrfnord, somehow, I blame you. ;)

In all seriousness, I like hiking, and I would like to climb a fourteener, which is mountaineer slang for “a peak over fourteen thousand feet in height.” Most of the fourteeners in the Lower 48 are in Colorado (duh), but there’s a few in California and, of course, Seattleites will point to their own fourteener when they can see it through the rain. Or snow, as the case may be. See here for a complete list.

And I would probably do Shasta first, simply because, dude, that’s my mountain. But… :)

Mirrored from retstak.org.