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Sun Lakes, 2008
Thursday, July 15th, 2010
Stanley Park squirrel
Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

Vancouver, BC

The Chrysalis Inn, Bellingham, Washington
Sunday, July 11th, 2010

Since I, uh, “abstained” from posting for so long, I have a ton of photos I haven’t posted. So every so often, I’ll try to pick one out and put it up. There’s no rhyme or reason to which photos I’m posting, or the order — I’m just randomly choosing from the backlog.


Today’s photo is from a trip we took to The Chrysalis Inn in Bellingham for Becky’s birthday last year. It’s a really nice place, and we had a great time.

The big catchup
Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Now that I have my blog set up for big pictures, it would be a shame to not take advantage of it. Since I’ve been so lax about blogging over the past couple of years, there are a ton of things that have happened without being covered. Here’s some of the fun you missed…


We went on a day trip to Vancouver (pre-Olympics).


We went to Maui.

Mundane blogging update
Tuesday, July 6th, 2010

I’m sure most of you don’t really care about this, but the changes are visible enough that I thought I should say something. Also, I couldn’t come up with anything more interesting to write about to test this out…

Before I get into the boring stuff, I’ll warm you up with a picture of our new kitty Toby. One feature of my new blog setup is big pictures (sorry if you have a tiny monitor)!


Anyway… When I first started blogging (back when I was still refusing to use the word “blog,” and when most people had no idea what it meant), I cobbled together a really simple home-made blogging system. Eventually I moved onto another home-made setup, then to Movable Type, then I took a break from it all, then to MySpace (yeah, yeah) and then on to WordPress. I’ve been using WordPress for the last few years, and it’s been working ok. But it’s very complex and requires a lot of maintenance (if you don’t keep up with security fixes, you’re doomed to be hacked). So I decided to throw in the towel on that and try something different. I’ve come full-circle, and have again written my own blog software.

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