Today I am in a blogging mood. Prepare for what could possibly be a lengthy post of my adventures from the past few months or so. I think I will follow along with what few photos I have, and see where that takes me.
There was a bonfire.
This is Dustin, keeping warm and entertaining us with his impressive glowstick-collecting skills. The bonfire is always a pretty cool thing, but it was cold and raining, which was not so great. I think that happens every year.
There was the Dartmouth Underground Tour.
This is a photo taken while we were under the Dartmouth green. These tunnels are very lengthy and carry steam.
There was a snake.
Jo and I saw it one time when we were talking a walk around the pond.
There was a fall hike up Gile.
This is the fire tower and me at the top of the fire tower with Sarah and Lisa. I was playing dress-up, wearing an amazing outfit inspired by some french teenagers I saw hiking once.
There was halloween.
Some people came over to the barn. This is a photo I took of Julie with some odd settings on my camera. I like it.
There was a hike up Cardigan.
On the way down the mountain some people asked us if we had a rope, which sadly I did not. Apparently they found this sweet little dog whose owners were further down the mountain looking for her. This is a picture of Greg carrying Gardenia back to her owners.
There was a conference in San Francisco.
I flew on Virgin Air, which is the hippest airline ever. Check out these neon lights and futuristic seats. They also had free wireless (thank you Google) and also electrical outlets.
There was the Ferry Building and a pier.
Here are Brian and Bethany on the pier in San Francisco. My back hurt a lot because I spent the day walking around carrying my computer in my backpack.
There was some cool artwork at SFO.
There was a trip to Wisconsin, where I got to see my younger brother's new house and my older brother's and sister-in-law's slightly less new house.
Here is a picture of the fat bunny who lives in the backyard of Andrew's house. My dad lined up some carrots for him, which he is clearly not going for.
There was a visit with my grandma.
Here she is with my dad. She has macular degeneration and is legally blind, but she said that if I was going to take pictures I needed to send them to her too, because people always take pictures and never give her any of them. :)
There was family time.
Here is Adam with a wine charm in his nose.
There was a trip to the botanical gardens.
Here is a caterpillar of lights! Also, I'm really proud of myself for spelling caterpillar correctly on my first try.
There was a trip to Madison.
We had a great lunch at the Java Cat, which I will fondly remember as the Lava Cat.
So there you have it, a photo tour of the past few months. I guess most of that was concentrated in December, but certainly not all of it. I might try to do a better job of taking more photos, but lately I need to feel really inspired to actually pull out my camera. We shall see. We shall see.