Cramming the Snake

Yesterday, I had a nice time relaxing. Went for a bit of a bike ride to the park, played on the swings for a while (I friggin love swings!), got a venti coffee Frappuccino, took a look at Myung-Jin’s new camera (she is one of our current homestay students), did some blogging, and made hamburgers. And ate ’em! MMM MMmmm. Today, I got up late and went for a hike/jog up Quarry Rock in Deep Cove.

  • 10 minute jog from my house to the trail entrance, in Deep Cove
  • 18 minute jog/hike to the lookout point on Quarry Rock
  • It was SO NICE (as usual) up there, that I stayed for a long time. Took off my shirt and let the strong sea breeze cool me off. I didn’t want to leave!
  • 15 minute jog/hike back down to the trail entrance
  • and I mostly walked back, stretching and enjoying the scenery (well, I was mostly just tired)

I’ve since hydrated and showered myself. Now, I have to learn whatever I can of Python, as I’ll be going to the Vancouver Python Workshop. I’m looking forward to it!

I think I’ll have one of those tasty burgers for a late-lunch/early-dinner.

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7 Comments on “Cramming the Snake”

  1. popeko Says:

    yup, just need a plaid coat (which i’m sure you’ve got around somewhere in that house) and you’re a lumberjack.

    except you’d be one of those lumberjacks that fall out of trees… and die.

  2. kabu Says:

    I feel outta a tree not too long ago. Scraped myself up, bleeding and whatnot.

    I like the beard.

  3. Steve Says:

    kabu: Haha. thanks! we should have a lumberjack party. πŸ˜€

    popeko: going back to my roots.

    Not sure how long the beard thing will last, though.

  4. Alex Says:

    It’s great to see you doing well. I haven’t checked your blog for a few days, and BAM, you slam me with a month’s worth of updates. πŸ™‚

  5. Steve Says:

    I tend to blog in bursts… usually when procrastinating something else. πŸ™‚

    I should reassure you, Alex, I do keep up to date with your blog (also in bursts), but I refuse to create a xanga account to leave comments! πŸ™‚ Hell, I rarely even log into LJ to leave comments on everybody’s LJ (which I already have an account with)! such a hassle… anonymous comments, people! πŸ˜€

    I look forward to seeing your new site! πŸ™‚

  6. Alex Says:

    My new site will most definitely allow no-login comments. πŸ™‚

    (now I have to find time to convert all those photos… aye…)

  7. siuyee Says:

    If you like, you would probably like Pandora and PandoraFM (which lets you combine the two services).

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