Sunday, September 20, 2009

Flags unfurled

Ah.. a bright and windy morning...... not this morning though, this morning was rain, rain and more rain!
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Saturday, September 19, 2009

Work at Dawn

Here is my second home at dawn.... and what a sky! The photo doesn't really do it justice. The summer is starting to rise later and set earlier - the darker season is slowly creepy up on is.... its been warmer than normal this September for Baker, but snow isn't too far in our future.

Sorry for disappearing between business, lack of internet, followed by lack of bandwidth... I've been unable to blog for a while now.... I just need to make sure I get out and take some more pictures before winter catches up to us.

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Olive Herb Bread

I christened my wonderful new working oven by baking some of the best bread I've ever made. Delicious, if I do say so myself.
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Monday, September 07, 2009


Its funny now that I live close to work, I'm missing seeing sunsets and sunrises all the time. This is the one the night of Graduation. The northern lights have been active a bit, but we are still pretty deep in the solar minimum. I can't believe we are are already into the 3 week... this year is speeding along.

I wish there was less to do, it would be nice to get outside more. I can't even relax enough to write a decent entry for my blog, although when the internet was down last week - I had all sorts of things that I wanted to write about. Figures, I now have the internet and all of that stuff is gone.

For fun, I've managed to read a fiction book - "The Time Traveller's Wife" - It was really well written and I'm actually even more excited to see the movie than I was before reading it. I also finally pulled my paints out. Its been a really long time since I've painted anything and it was nice to take a moment to focus the way that only art can focus me and paint. I'm even surprised that a few of them turned out amoung my better efforts considering how long it has been.

I'm currently listening to "Meet the Elemenets" by They Might be Giants. My students will be listening too, since most of my science classes are currently working on chemistry.

And thats all for now folks.

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