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Archive for June, 2005

Fort Ward trail party

Wednesday, June 29th, 2005

As expected, the turnout for last Saturday’s trail work party was small. We just couldn’t compete with the Rotary auction. But even with a low turnout, we managed to lay down a two foot wide path on all of the wet, slimy spots. We will have one more work party on this trail to add […]

Strawberry Festival on Bainbridge

Monday, June 27th, 2005

Mary, Jared and I went to the strawberry festival at the Filipino American Community Center on Sunday. The food was very good: pork adobo, barbecued chicken, pancit (lo mein), rice, lumpia (egg rolls), and, strawberries topped with whipped cream for dessert. The weather was nice so we sat outside. At 1 o’clock, they had entertainment […]

Should BIB be podcasting?

Thursday, June 23rd, 2005

I was listening to the Adam Curry‘s Daily Source Code podcast for Friday, June 24, 2005. The date is a little screwy because he is actually in Seattle. Toward the end of his show, Adam talks about attracting listeners to podcasting. He tells us that podcasting content is going to come from us the listeners. […]

Arizona on fire

Thursday, June 23rd, 2005

The desert is on fire just a couple miles north from where I lived in Arizona. Friends say they can hardly stand outside of their homes because the smoke is so bad. The Phoenix area received a lot of rain this past winter which resulted in a ton of dry weeds that will burn easily […]

The grass is brown in Arizona

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2005

I moved to Bainbridge Island in September of 2003 from Cave Creek, Arizona (just north of Phoenix). My wife and I were tired of the heat so we packed up and moved to the island. I am amazed at how many people I run into in Washington that dream of moving to Arizona. It is […]

Trail Work Party – June 25, 2005

Tuesday, June 21st, 2005

The Park District monthly trail work party is being held this Saturday at the new Ft Ward Trail. We need volunteers willing to haul gravel a long way in a wheelbarrow. It is not as bad as it sounds. The more people who come out to help, the easier it will be for everyone. It’s […]