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Sunday, October 16, 2005

Weekend Recap - Joshua Tree



I'm back from a great weekend at Joshua Tree! We had a very laidback climbing day on Saturday, but it was still a blast. We actually drove out there Friday night, and instead of camping, Marc and I had full use of his friend Quinn's house, about 20 minutes away from the park. At first I was leaning towards just camping because it seemed like quite a drive to and from the rock walls, but in the end, I was grateful for it. It rained early Sunday morning, and while I imagine all the other climbers were battling the cold in their tents, Marc and I had hot water and a real roof over our heads.

Here's a photo gallery documenting the fun we had!

5 comment(s):

I don't meant to diss your old Sony camera (or maybe I do, hehe) but your new pictures look so much clearer and brighter. :) So, are you happy with your new camera?

By Anonymous Angela, at October 17, 2005 4:21 PM  

Yes, very! I have yet to finish reading the manual, but I'm already happy as it is with the basic functions. And it's SUPER fast, which is the ultimate selling point for me.

By Blogger Cathy, at October 18, 2005 9:14 AM  

I thought the ultimate selling point for you was the color-changing clock! Kidding!

By the way, is there any way to edit these posts? I happily typed in my comment, hit Publish, and then noticed that I hit an extra T! Geez.

By Anonymous Angela, at October 18, 2005 11:25 AM  

Think that will drive you some extra traffic?

By Anonymous Anonymous, at October 31, 2005 5:58 AM  

Advertising can be a big problem otherwise. A lot of companies reserve a big chunk of their budgets to cover marketing expenditures.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at November 04, 2005 2:00 AM  

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