Monthly Archives: December 2006

A pleasant New Year's eve walk

For the first time in many weeks, Linda, Cassie and I walked together through Menlo’s gray-skied morning, looping down to the San Mateo foot bridge and back up the bank of San Francisquito Creek. My left side felt as good … Continue reading

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Optio's 'replacement' goes for a test spin

Optio, actually my old Pentax Optio X camera, has been dispatched to Pentax repair for the 3rd time. Readers may recall that I liked it’s small size and swivel viewfinder that made it easy to quietly capture scenes for the … Continue reading

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Gulker labs latest: the 'cheesy crate'

Honest, I have been thinking for a long time about upgrading the LAN, making the gulker.com World HQ experience richer and easier to use and generally cleaning up the whole thing. I’m used to working against technology, defaulting to bad … Continue reading

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The Taos blogger

One of the nice things about the spread of broadband,  is that one can blog from almost anywhere. We’ve been blogging on our (wondeful) Santa Fe and Taos Christmas ‘road trip’: words and pictures as we make our way through … Continue reading

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A view of the Rio Grande

On our way back from Taos Pueblo yesterday, Linda and John did a little expert navigating to get us back via a suspension bridge that spans the Rio Grande. We parked and joined a few other onlookers who trekked out … Continue reading

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San Geronimo, the church at Taos Pueblo

Everywhere I looked at Taos Pueblo, something caught my eye. The crosses on San Geronimo, the current church rebuilt in 1850 to replace the one destroyed by the U.S. Army with 150 people in it in 1847 were a study … Continue reading

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Morning stirrings at Taos Pueblo

This was as busy a scene as I saw in the Pueblo proper, other than the guided tour. This shop seemed to be a gathering point for people and dogs as the day was getting under way. Nearby, this painted … Continue reading

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