We had no real surprises during the trip. All in all, it was pretty great. San Francisco is a great city. This will be the third time I've been here, and I'm really getting to know it pretty well.
I've never taken a trip like this. We've taken a total of 280 pictures so far! Som really gorgeous stuff in Wyoming and Nevada in particular.
I drove the Donner Pass. That was really challenging.
At any rate, Bruno and I are here, and over the next few nights, we're gonna become `Fat & Sassy'(tm). We ate at Fog City Diner last night. Really good.
Driving through Nebraska and Wyoming is liike peeling an onion. As you crest each hill top, you come to see new hils with slightly different landscape and geology happen.
In 200 miles we went from green forested land to khaki, sand prairie, to red and burnt umber desert.
To see the land changing around you that quickly is pretty awe inspiring.
It's important to note that there is NOTHING around you. At all...
And so I fiud mysellf pondering broadband access in the desert. I've got some neat pictures of pho0ne lines in Wyoming and Nevada.
On the duron front:
[dbuttric@adsl-65-64-129-129 dbuttric]$ uptime
10:34am up 5 days, 9:59, 3 users, load average: 0.05, 0.01, 0.00
KFC (Keep Fingers Crossed). I hope it stays up longer than this, but so far so good...
OK, this is now geekforce.com.
Ian and I have been hosting theis since 1995. I've got a lot of the older stuff that we did in a bunch of tar files, and we are working on sorting through all of that.
monty's old stuff, the Apple Doomsday clock...
Ian's old stuff. except for poe, but I'll fix that tonight.
We're geekforce, we're here, and we got old school, and new school.
East and West coast!