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Archive for August, 2007

SketchUp documents for trials building.

I use SketchUp to design some of the trials things I build. Here are some of the docs I made. It is a free program, and is GREAT. Download it, mac or windows: triasl – 4 by 4 hoppers.skp trials – teeter totter.skp

More muni weekend trials obstacles

I’ve been building more and more stuff for California Muni Weekend 2007 – Santa Cruz. I’ve posted new pictures on my site, starting here:

Project Hutchinson: More deck pictures…

I added some more pictures to my Deck album: It is really coming along!

Smart cars!

On Tuesday, I was able to test drive a smart car. They are GREAT! They feel a little like a go cart, but they seem quite peppy for a 1000cc car. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to fit my 36″ Nimbus unicycle in the back, but there will be a bike rack option. Excellent! I can’t wait till the first quarter of next year when I’ll sell my Subaru and get a smart! Visit smart usa for more information. Also, this Friday and Saturday they will be demo’ing the cars again at Whole Foods in Cupertino (visit: Tour Info), so... [read more]

Project hutchinson

Don’t forget the stairs!

Project Hutchinson: the deck continues…

Project Hutchinson continues! The deck is slowly coming along, at great expense. Here you can see some of the main beams: Here’s some of the wood to be used: A little of the underground work: Check out all the pictures on the: Picasa Web Album – Deck in Aug 07

Tenaya Peak, Tuolumne Meadows, Yosemite, CA.

Last weekend, Jason, Louise and I climbed Tenaya Peak in Yosemite. More details later. It was SOO MUCH FUN!

Muni in Tahoe last weekend

Louise A few more pictures of me, Mark and Shel: We went to Tahoe and road Mr. Toads on Saturday. On Sunday, we played around on the rocks by a small clear lake. Tons of fun!

Tiny shoe

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