After I leave work on Friday November 1, I’m driving to western Colorado to go on a bighorn sheep hunt with my father. We’re looking for what are called “desert bighorn sheep”. In case you’ve never heard of them, desert bighorns are fairly rare compared to the ones most people see, which are called “Rocky… Continue reading Desert Bighorn Trip
I just finished building a few new web pages of wedding photos. It never ends! I put up photos of some of the guys getting ready before the wedding, some photos of the wedding reception, and some photos of the day after. You can find it all here: http://www.toddbradley.com/photos/wedding/wedding_photos.htm. I didn’t write captions for any… Continue reading Untitled
I woke up about 3 AM this morning. Beth was…well I don’t know how to describe it other than “patting me down” all over my chest and arms. No, it wasn’t amorous in any way. It felt like a cop looking for a hidden weapon. “What are you doing?” I asked groggily. “Looking for my… Continue reading Untitled
I feel so productive. I just spent most of the evening editing the WAV files that make up the loops for 404 Not Found’s hit song “Spastic Colon”. Then I imported them into the BOSS SP-505 and did some more editing and now we can actually work on doing this piece live, something which has… Continue reading Spastic Colon
I’m finally selling off my old guitars. Believe it or not, I haven’t played guitar in over a year. So I pulled these three old guitars out of the basement and put them up on ebay. It’s kinda sad to sell them, especially the acoustic guitar which my parents bought me 20 years ago. But… Continue reading Untitled
I found out a week or two ago that the 2nd edition of Roadside Geology of Colorado is out now. It just came out this month and updates the 1st edition which was published in 1980. Not that the geology changes, but the roads do! 🙂 Anyhow, that’s now on my Amazon.com wishlist, along with… Continue reading Untitled
There’s a way I can set up this blog such that people can be notified by email when it’s updated. I don’t know how many people read this regularly (probably not too many), but if you think I should enable that feature, let me know by adding a comment to this journal entry. Thanks!
There’s a new exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science that just opened yesterday. It’s centered around the previously lost Liberty Bell 7 spacecraft. The capsule has been sitting at the bottom of the ocean for the past 35 years and they just recently brought it up. We’re going to check it out… Continue reading Liberty Bell 7
Yahoo! News – Tearful U.S. Taliban Lindh Jailed for 20 YearsThis fellow is going to have a fun time in American prison, I’m sure. The other inmates will just really love him.
Wow, $28 billion dollars! How is this woman going to spend it all in her remaining few months/years?