Scary totem

Here’s yet another rather frightening totem pole.  I especially like that bear on the bottom.  I guess I’d be grouchy too if so many animals were standing on my shoulders.  Photo courtesy of the exclusive iPhone-cam and part of my famous Camping and Statue series.

We came home a bit early from the camping trip.  New neighbors moved in and they were fairly obnoxious, so we decided we would rather relax at home in peace than fight the neighbors.  Spent the day today by the pool, which was relaxing and enjoyable.  Probably more of the same, although we probably ought to get some work done too.

Also spent time working on the sdlogger project today.  I’ve been having trouble with making floats and strings transfer across the network.  Been working on the strings today and I’m a bit frustrated.  I can make nine characters transfer just fine, but ten characters just won’t work.  I’ve pretty much given up on getting it to work right and I’m now thinking about workarounds.  I think I may have an idea to get it moving forward again.  I just wish I knew why it won’t work.  Floats – maybe tomorrow.  There’s a lot of diagnostic work to do.

And that’s about it for today.  I’ll leave my Loyal Readers with this shocking food crime news:  garlic smuggler!

See you on Monday.

One Response to “Scary totem”

  1. Shannon Says:

    Who would have thought China produced so much garlic! I thought Gilroy was the garlic capital of the world!

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