Here are links to our 2008 photo albums for family and friends. If you click on a photo on an “index” page, you get a large version of that photo. You can browse through the pages by clicking the tiny arrows on the page headers.
I’ve migrated everything else to a “photo gallery” site. Our site uses an open source web server called Gallery2, that stores and organizes our photos. Before this, I relied on the web page-building feature of Apple’s Aperture program. Now I’ve found an Aperture add-on that loads photos directly from Aperture to our Gallery2 web site.
Continue reading Our 2008 and Older Photo Galleries
A fellow blogger has noted a correlation between enjoyment of exercise (or is it travel?) and the ability to measure it. I must admit that I have a hard time arranging to exercise, but I like to measure travel. I feel lost if my car’s clock or odometer are broken or somehow unreadable.
As for exercise, I find the most effective are swimming and downhill skiing: in both cases I put myself in a risky situation (drowning, falling down a steep hill) and I must exercise my way out of it!
Back in the carefree days of youth, I met a kid named Larry (Serle at the time, though he reverted to Grinnell as an adult) and we spent a lot of time on various geeky kid activities, mostly stamp collecting, watching bad TV, and hanging around the local hot spots like the Smithsonian Institution. Larry just wrote a blog entry about our days in DC and how it led to his visit to an unrestored Enola Gay. Continue reading Greetings, Larry!
I’ve posted graduation party pics for David Reilly and Ted Collins. I’ll leave them up for a while and then delete them.