Two weeks ago today, Casey and I made our covert trek down to Burnsville Minnesota. The mission: to pick up our new 2004 Mazda3. We kept the purpose of our trip a closely guarded secret – I can count on one hand the number of people we told. This is a surprising feat, considering both […]
We are finally back in Grand Forks after being out of town for two weeks. Casey and I had a nice vacation get away the first week. We spent the first night at my sister’s place in La Crosse for one night, the second at the Kalahari Resort in the Wisconsin Dells, the third with […]
I was meaning to write about Spider-Man 2 after seeing it during its opening week, but am just now getting around to it. Bottomline: it’s an awesome movie and is well worth seeing in a theater. The filmmakers, led by director Sam Raimi, tell a compelling story, one which would make a good movie even […]
I was in the process of putting up these photos along with some extra descriptions/commentary, but I managed to hit the browser refresh keyboard combination in Safari (command-R) as I was nearing the end of the post. I just don’t have the energy to rewrite everything I had previously, so I’ll just put the photos […]
Here are some more pictures from the trip: The swimming pool and waterfall at our Cape Canaveral hotel: Here is a view of the pool area from the other side of the waterfall: This is the pool deck on the top of our ship. The large round structure towards the back is the Viking Lounge, […]
I’ve finally had a chance to export some photos from iPhoto and upload them to this site. Here is what I have so far: The front of our hotel in Cape Canaveral: Approaching Coco Cay just after sunrise: A small market on Coco Cay: A street in Nassau’s downtown shopping district: An old school building […]
Today has been a pretty relaxing day. The clouds disappeared shortly after noon, leaving us with clear skies and warm temperatures.
Happy New Year everyone, may 2004 bring success and happiness to you. Thankfully, New Years Eve came and went without a major terrorist attack anywhere in the world. While I’m sure the U.S.A. isn’t out of the woods yet, the various government agencies seem to doing a good job of working together in obtaining and […]