Parking lot

Here’s the sign for the parking lot at Calaveras Big Trees Stake Park.  You can’t go wrong, as long as you want to go to the parking lot.  Part of both my famous Camping and Vacation series.

No posts the last couple of days.  Thanks to LRN4 for noticing.  Don’t know what I said to make her think I was posting yesterday.  Should have done and all that, but didn’t do.  Didn’t even get started.

Not that things aren’t just fine.  They’re . . . umm . . . just fine.  Nothing to complain about.  Work’s busy and pretty good.  The iPhone project is going well.  Home is getting less and less cluttered all the time and is going well.  I’m eating well – a bit too well, in fact.  Must . . . lose . . . weight.

Speaking of the iPhone project, I made my first actual code change yesterday!  It was a one-liner, but the important thing is knowing what one line to write and where to put it.  Seems to work.  I’m hoping for feedback from my colleagues as to whether they’re happy with it.  Hope reigns supreme.

Otherwise, situation normal.  So I won’t belabor the point and will end with this exciting GOOD food violence news: the zucchini defense!  Finally, there’s an actual use for zucchini.

See you tomorrow.

5 Responses to “Parking lot”

  1. Shannon Says:

    I think this is an indirect, uncomplimentary comment directed at my zucchini cooking last week.

  2. Shannon Says:

    But I’m not offended. Glad the zucchini could once again be such a help to someone!

  3. michael Says:

    It was COMPLETELY COINCIDENTAL that this article hit the news this week. I admit I was glad to find that zucchini can be useful, though.

  4. Mark Says:


    You know what, I’m not even gonna try. XD That’s just beyond ridiculous.

  5. Tom Says:

    I’m convinced that zucchini is Manna from the old testament. Think about it. There is a new crop every day and it would also explain why the Israelites murmured for 40 years!

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