Okay, so we all work. We all do something to earn the paycheck. Or, maybe you don't, 'cause you have enough money saved up and socked away that work is not necessary and you choose to play all day. Good for you, I wish you much happiness. For those of us who do have to earn our way through life, keep at it and never let up, you may not think so, but you will succeed. Life has a certain way of turning negatives into positives. Funny how that happens. So, in conclusion, and to close this out, just keep hammering away and stay focused. I have a difficult time staying focused, but it can be done, I know it can be done. So, go Nike and spend time with your family. Follow the yellow brick road and all will be cool. Or, ignore me and follow your own path, your choice. That is all. Will J. Robertson KG6YCR firstname.lastname@example.org Blog: http://drop.io/willpower riker17.com
In an act of craziness, John McCain chose the governor of our largest state, Sarah Palin, for his running mate in this year's presidential election. I was, like most everyone, stunned, shocked, and awed, and upset that I was incorrect in thinking it would be Romney. Nice play, Johnny!---------------
|I found this interesting story and just had to post it. A Dutch tower now leans more than the one in Italy. Who knew?|
|Is it Romney, Pawlenty, or someone else? That is the question that is burning and awaiting an answer right now. I have for a while now felt that McCain's VP choice is Romney and I am sticking by it. Not that I will change my stance on the old man, just my prediction. That is all.|
Here is what I did on Friday. I originally planned to go to Mt. Beideman but once I got over Sonara Pass and saw the signs for Mammoth Mountain, I figured that I would go there, so I did and had a great time. Rode the gondola, visited Devil's PostPile, did lots of hiking, and the weather was excellent! Lots of pictures and a few videos, aching back and sore muscles, I made it home before ten that evening and just want to go back again soon. Gotta visit Bodie, the ghost town. That is all.
Have you ever thought about about seeing how long it would take to go from the border of one state to the coast line on the other end? I have and it is what I am pondering to do on Friday. Though, I will most likely just travel to the hills and hike for a while instead. I have a destination in mind near the Cal-Neva border. Y'all know where Mono Lake is, right? Well, I am thinking of that mountain just north of it called Biedeman, seen several pictures of it online and want to see it for myself, take my own pics, just enjoy the beauty of the location. I may also cross the border and travel a short distance into Nevada, just for shucks, y'know? Not sure what route I will take, though I am leaning towards staying out of Yosemite NP and taking Hwy 108. That is all for now, will keep you posted as to what I do. Good night!
The barrista in this case did the right thing and I hope the perp got serious burns over his body.
I am once again a contract employee at MJC after last night's college board meeting and today I will be going in to record training sessions in the new auditorium. Should be informative and interesting, my first chance to see inside the new building. That is all.