Monthly Archives: August 2005

Snorkeling picture

Well, The waterproof Case for my Canon S410 works!

I look so weird…

Here is my brother As well:

Really Odd entries in my Web log, New Form of SPAM??

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Ok, I manage my own logs and have been seeing Odd Entries. I see Links from an external pages from Poker Sites, Viagra Sites, etc.

Oddly enough, I doubt they are actually posting links to MY site, but it does make me wonder: Is someone passing these sites as where the link came from to my web server? And if So: Why?? Other than Myself, no one see’s these logs…


Yet Another Motor Bike…

I don’t think I’d ever get tired of taking pictures of Motor Bikes.

Here we have a Kawasaki Ninja that I came across on 1st Avenue.

Commodore Criterion

Nothing fancy, I was on an errand when I came accross this scene, so I took a picture or two.

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Plastic Gundam Models

Years ago, prior to being married, I started assembling models based on Japanese Anime. After building a few Planes like the ME-262 I figured I’d do something different.

NOTE: That’s NOT the one I Built! That link is to a Really good website called “Roll Model’s Inc.” Mine was a Revell Kit, much smaller and unfortunately took a fatal shelf dive…

BTW: Being married is a MUCH better thing and ,No, I’m not just saying that due to my Wife reading my web log. Really!

See here for some OLD pictures and here for Old Work in progress pictures.

When I get the time to build another one, I’ll detail it here. (Blogs are a LOT easier to use for that purpose!)

Here is close up of another I’ve built.

Digging up Old Pictures

Most years, I ski 3 to 4 weekends a year slipping to the west coast for skiing in Utah, Lake Tahoe, and Vancouver Canada.

At Brighton, On day one of the trip, I managed to sprain my Ankle and then 2 day’s later doing this while attempting to learn Snow Boarding (Yes, I did it During the Lesson!). Needless to say I’m sticking to Skiing.

The odd thing was, Other then when I tried to use that arm for getting up, it didn’t hurt all that much. The really funny part was that the Ski Guide had to be called down from the mountain. They wanted me to get into a stretcher, but as it was less than a 200 feet walk, I declined. They pulled out notepads and took really good notes as I was the first Dislocation one of them had ever treated…

Here is what the Arm Should Look like after they put it back:

Interesting find on the Sidewalk

This Vespa is an example of what is usually tied up on a New York City sidewalk.

This was a little unusual:

From the looks of it, it’s a personal bike for 3 people. No Banners or Advertisements either. It’s certainly different.