FIGJAM wrote:Don't let em kid you Elliot!
It's all about the bus.
MyDearFriend wrote:Elliot wrote:MyDearFriend wrote:Elliot is quite capable of diverting traffic even when upright, Unjon so, no need to stress yourself.
I'm told I represent a traffic hazard, causing wrecks and traffic jams, by the amazing attractiveness of my usual around-camp and bicycle-repair costume.
Yes, you do.
swampdog wrote:Hi folks. Just sticking my (oversized funny shaped) nose in. I see it looks like mostly the same ol' bunch of cantankerous coots in this joint. No offense, I use the term "coots" with brotherly affection. Us coots gotta stick together.
I'm in the process of opening a bar up here in the far northwest corner of the country, me and the software/IT gig parted ways amicably a bit ago. I've been busy like crazy, but somehow decided to check eplaya out before going home tonite.
So this year I've got a good excuse for missing the meet n greet, I'm not going to be able to make it to TTITD. Last two years, playa time got me. Maybe next year if the bar is well started I'll be able to come.
Anyhoo. Best to all of yez, mebbe next year.
aserendipity wrote: blissful conscious behavior
burner von braun wrote:Dang! I had just about completed what was likely my single greatest eplaya post ever, filled with brilliant conjecture, passionate ideas; yes, a wondrous thing it was.. and then my smartphone went all dumb and shit and my post for the ages is now forever lost to the ether..
*shakes fist at ether*
So now you guys are back to being stuck with my usual lame blathering instead! Woohoo!
Oh well, it's good to see Godzilla and MyDearSidekick tear-assing around the bar!
I spent a good portion of the weekend cutting down dead trees. It's nice to be outdoors and all, but I'm none to happy seeing the ash trees dying out around here. They make, or used to make up a substantial portion of my shady little refuge out back.
I had bonfire4.0 this evening, and had some good burn time before the expected storm front rolled in, the wind picked up, and I had to *gulp*.. put out the fire in mid burn.
Good to see SwampDog stopping in. I never did hear if pigs flew at the burn last year.
*polishes off the rest of the Woodford Reserve*
Great to see Sadie, Joeln, and other new folks fitting in so well around here!
I too am enjoying all of the geology talk ^Rhino!. It's funny to see just how it hits a nerve with so many people. I think a lot of it is in how well you present the material.
Well, getting late here..
*waves back to Patsh and Marty from the other day*
^Rhino! wrote:Let me sing you a story of a man of renown,
A man whose writing is ruled by the ether,
Call him a burner he won't even frown,
"Burner? Hell yes!" says burner von braun.
ygmir wrote:*shuffles in*
16 hour drive home, got in at midnight....drove through blizzards, sun, rain, and wind........fun if not tiring!
Big thanks to LF for her place to recuperate, being sick in the middle of a vacation, I was lucky to be there when it happened. But, what a drag to have a sick Viking on the couch.
Boy, talk about fun geology! yesterday, we left Mt. Ranier, heading over White Pass, seeing all those formations and such in the road cuts. Super good examples of gross faulting and such. Even saw, in a slide, where a lava tube had filled with another material, and when the host rock slid, it left 8' or so of the "tube filling" (Basalt?), sticking out like a round stone rod, 6' or so dia., then down the east side, across the Columbia River Gorge, across the lava fields and flows of central Oregon, then parallel to the Black Rock desert, to Reno, and home across Donner Summit. Pretty much "see it all" in the world of gross geology on that trip.......well, a lot anyway.
*heads to ROS to collapse*
burner von braun wrote:Thanks for the song! I think we just used up part of my '15 minutes of fame' allotment!
..and it's always fun to hear about firsthand trips to the playa fernley1, glad you had a good adventure.
FIGJAM wrote:Famous is 15 minutes.............Infamous lasts FOREVER!!!!!!!!!!
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