spotted in the shopping cart corral.
We’re trying our next great adventure in animal keeping at work with this guy and three more like him. I think he’s cute.
Meanwhile, all four hermit crabs need names (not that we’ll really be able to tell them apart long-term and we can’t tell their genders) and the folks at work have fallen down on the job of coming up with good suggestions.
as I have mentioned before, I have a whiteboard outside my office where people can leave me messages. Like this one.
cold enough to freeze the Fort Point Channel. Which is starting to thaw out now.
not that we’re getting a lot of snow tomorrow, but enough that the museum will need to clear the plaza in front…
What the hell does this display mean? I mean seriously….what’s the marketing message here?
in Anchorage they have tall markers on hydrants so they can find them in the snow. I guess it’s never seemed necessary around here. Until now.
My mom and I were also amused at the way you can see the layers of snow. You could pull out a core sample and do a geologic study.
or maybe not. this is the little bench and table at the back of our yard. they do both have legs, I swear.
The snow on the side of the driveway is piled as high as our neighbor’s fence.
The moon is notoriously difficult to photograph, especially if you’re not using a big professional grown-up camera. So I’m pretty pleased with this, off my little Canon point and shoot.