Archive for July, 2000

Rushing river, onward to printer!

Thursday, July 27th, 2000

I had to drive down to Roseville to pick up a printer. I stopped to take a few pictures, of course. I saw (and heard!) a rushing river and its surroundings. The "city" sign proved that only a small few lived in the area.

On a more solemn note, I found it disheartening that so many people dumped their refuse at what would otherwise be a wonderful bit of nature. Such a shame that this would happen. People should know better. Remember this next time you go outside.

Back to the fun: view this gallery in its entirety!

Sunset on Lake Tahoe

Tuesday, July 25th, 2000

I took pictures of a very colorful sunset on the lake. During the middle of the photos, I ran into another snake. Luckily, it just slithered into the shubbery and down the hill.

Check out the pics!

River valley, home of the snakes.

Sunday, July 23rd, 2000

Well, I went to Carson River Valley today, and snapped up the place with my camera. It was an adventure… I even ran into a snake that "jumped" into the water and began to swim off (thankfully). I also happened to spot a pool of small fish and a larger, solitary one as well.

Pie Shop, revisited.

Saturday, July 15th, 2000

Trae and I took a return trip to Pie Shop. He climbed to the top while I snapped a few nice pics this morning. All-in-all, it was a wonderful day with a great breeze and an excellent view.

New (sort of) photo galleries!

Tuesday, July 11th, 2000

When cleaning up my photo directory (while making the new gallery browser), I discovered that I had a few lingering galleries that weren’t "posted". They include: In New York,GTK+ Lights,and Pie Shop.

Enjoy!

New photo set browser!

Tuesday, July 11th, 2000

That’s right! I made a new photo set browser. As a result, I had to rename a few directories. Anyway, it looks a lot better, so check it out!

Photo Attack!

Tuesday, July 11th, 2000

Okay, I’ve posted TWO new sets of photos. They’re on the photo pages, or you can visit the Jackson City Trip or my drive to Lake Tahoe’s north shore by clicking on the appropriate links within this news item. *g*