The Latest

Just added about 100 new photos to the gallery:

L.A. Gold Cup aerobatic contest – photos courtesy of Katherine DeBaun. It was a great learning experience. For example, I learned never EVER to book a hotel room facing the highway. I also learned never to trust Gray’s judgement when it comes to bars. Oy.

Northern California Aerobatic Challenge, better known as “the box inside the triangle”. Nothing like a return to sea level to make a guy feel good about his flying. (Again, photos by Ms. DeBaun).

A family wedding up in Seattle, my first time up there in quite a few years. I wondered why I hadn’t been up there in so long. And then I got on the airliner, sat in that tiny cramped seat next to the barfy kid, and suddenly I remembered: I hate to fly. Commercially.

The Fremont Festival – akin to a miniature San Francisco right in the heart of Seattle, Fremont is the artsy part of town. Tim and I spend the afternoon watching an entertaining yet bizzare parade, complete with lots of naked people, conspiracy theorists, communist party members, and other related, uh, ‘paraphenalia’.

  1 comment for “The Latest

  1. July 3, 2005 at 2:41 pm

    “A family wedding up in Seattle, my first time up there in quite a few years. I wondered why I hadn’t been up there in so long. And then I got on the airliner, sat in that tiny cramped seat next to the barfy kid, and suddenly I remembered: I hate to fly. Commercially.”

    The secret to flying commercially is alcohol. Don’t forget, it’s legal to do it when you fly commercially.

    When possible, I try to select a seat in the second to last row of the plane, in the hopes that the flight won’t be full and the middle seat won’t be taken. Sometimes it works.

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