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Sunday, November 16, 2003

Back in the Harness again
Went down into the Owens River Gorge with Gabe and Jim this afternoon, did one easy route, but it feels like I'm about ready to get on it.  Busted bones suck!  Lookout, wyrld, I'm back....
5:08 pm pst

New Drummer
Tungsten City Band has a new Drummer, Casey, the human metre-gnome.  They spent the weekend driving all the way areound the mountains to perform gigs in Yosemite and Tahoe.  I stayed home to babysit Bud the Monster Dog and work on my time machine.  The boys were well received in the Valley, they are the local version of the Grateful Dead, we all love 'em.  I could tell when they arrived home that it was a gruelling trip- they didn't seem too brotherly and cheerful.  That's Life on the Road; The Show Must Go On.......   Meanwhile, I dump all my toys out and unfold the scalar matrix of reality, peeking thru the keyhole only to see an eye peering back at me.......
9:13 am pst

Wednesday, November 12, 2003

The Names of the Sisters whose house I am Working on.  Winter is here, for I fear.
10:24 pm pst

Monday, November 10, 2003

Good Morning....
If you have a minute, look at my Yeti bones on my mysteries of the worm page.  Let me know what ya think via my Question box.  Current opinion is that it is a hunk of dead bear, not a boot.  I think it is a boot.  None thinks it is a Yeti.  Gotta run.  Back to work, finally, goin' to Lone Pine today.....
7:11 am pst

Saturday, November 8, 2003

the beat goes on...
Still arguing yeti at cryptozoology.com.  Check out my mysteries of the worm page for more pics and arguments.....tenaya and jevy want to play games/gotta go!
7:24 pm pst

Saturday, November 1, 2003

Happy Post-Halloween!
TungstenCityBand played last night at Sierra Inn in June lake,  for an employee party.  The first winter storm of the year also hit at the same time, so attendance could have been better.  Still, fun was had by all, especially at the end, when they owners of the Sierra Inn decided to try to stiff the band, they thought that a three and a half hour gig was too short.  The funny part was when the dude, in his cammo outfit, tried to tell Milo how professional bands do things.  If you know who Milo is, you know this is really funny.  The dude was way in over his head.....
Now, as for me?  Hell, I ain't tellin'!
 {Hyperdimensional Speleology at the Saandwitch Salon at the Gates of Creation.  Coming soon to an asembleage focus inside of YOU!}
1:13 pm pst

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Disclaimer   The opinions offered here are mine.  I believe that sucsess on the peaks depends on trusting yourself.  If you do not have a trusting relationship with your body and mind, or if you are not sure, or if you are unwilling to provide the commitment, then you should probably stick with sport climbing and such.  To the mountain ecosystem, you are only a rich supply of nutrients, so step carefully!

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