Saturday, after morning labs, I stopped by El Azteca for a breafast burrito, the first one I have ever purchased for myself, although not the first I have ever eaten. It was breakfast AND dinner.
Sunday afternoon we headed downtown to look for some geocaches near Petco Park but it was very crowded. I learned later that there was some sort of musical concert occurring that evening. So we took ourselves out to Sunset Cliffs Natural Park. I had a rather big pain start up in my right rear shoulder when I got out of the vehicle. It did not totally leave until I got home. Very odd. We found three geocaches, and didn't find one. The one was near a ravine with large bushes from loud giggling and odd smokey smells were emitting. We also saw a reasonably big snake crossing the trail, but it was not a rattle-type snake. I don't think it was venomous, what else is around here? I was joking that it was maybe a boomslang, 'cause I like saying boomslang, but I think it was a gopher snake. Sorry, didn't get a picture of it.
Yet another in a series of incredible portraiture. Is not the hair fantastic? So wild, so free!
Boy, I don't look a thing like in the viewfinder!
This was on the camera roll, but I forget why. But here it be, preserved for all posterity.
I watched some television last night. I watched a charming Columbo episode, with Ruth Gordon as the guest murderer. She is so great!
I watched a movie titled "Hell's Horizon", about an aircrew during the Korea war. It had the actor (Jerry Paris) who played Jerry the neighbor on Dick Van Dyke Show. I looked him up and found he was in a lot of war movies, which I did not know.
I watched something this morning that made me weep so much, but I can't remember what it was. Oh, I remember, it was "Follow That Dream", a movie with Elvis Presley. It is maybe the only movie of his that I like, I read the book before I saw the movie, in yet another instance of "Oh, I read that book!!". The book was Pioneer, Go Home! by Richard P. Powell. I have also read I Take This Land and Don Quixote, U.S.A., a book that Woody Allen used parts of for his movie "Bananas".
That is about all I can think of, thanks for reading!
It's not JUST about what I had for breakfast...
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