Butterfly Bushes from our walk around the neighborhood
Archives for September 2016
an electronica boy-band with aspirations of being Bowie has taken over Open Eye. #gonnabealongnight
“The Net seizes our attention only to scatter it.” — Nicholas Carr
unsplash.com is my new favorite way to waste time on the interwebs. Free (do whatever you want) high-resolution photos.
Apparently it’s the right time of year for these yellow flowers. All of a sudden, they are everywhere. Anyone know what know what kind they are?
Come hear my presentation, “Lies, Damned Lies, and Google Analytics,” in the Power Users Track at WordCamp Raleigh 2016!
Scratched an item off the bucket list! I hiked the Appalachian Trail!
Taken from Sharp Top Mountain, one of the “Peaks of Otter” in the Blue Ridge/Jefferson National Forest.
Over Labor Day weekend, Pat and I took a trip to Roanoke, VA and on one of the days we drive up to Jefferson National Forest to the Roaring Run Falls Trail, It starts out at the remnants of an Iron Furnace that used to operate there. It seemed kinda weird that an iron furnace […]
Pictures from the top of Sharp Top Mountain, one of the “Peaks Of Otter” on the Blue Ridge Parkway.