No bodyPure scienceNo bodyPure essenceAnd the sun wants a place in the skyAs it spins all aroundAnd the rain thinks that it was only dreamingAs it kisses the ground
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Sunday, December 26, 2010
Saturday, December 25, 2010
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Friday, December 17, 2010
friend/Geophysical Institute alumni DL. Hey hey Jack! Rest are from
taking a break in the late PM today, having some awesome slices at ZA
(awesome pizZA) and touring Russian Hill. Last day of the meeting
tomorrow and we have a poster in the AM.
Here’s a gallery of pictures.
|SF Dec 2010|
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
morning, the AGU 5 k. We got up early and went down to ATT park. The
race when up/down on the Embarcadero. Chey did a great job pacing
herself, coming back a few tens of second faster than out. With
running back and forth from the hotel she went over 8 k. Like
everything she does she gave it 110%. Pat and I are so lucky to have
such great kids. Love you Chey well done!
Monday, December 13, 2010
Sunday, December 12, 2010
C. S. Sica explaining the melange of the Golden Gate Headlands, long
walks along the ocean and meeting the Milwaukee Brew Crew for dinner!
We had it all except for poor Cass who toils on papers at school.
Here's a few photos, a full album with some video (which I'll keep
updating for the trip) is here:
http://picasaweb.google.com/Bob.Sica/SFDec2010. The video near the end
of the sets coming in by the Sutto baths is cool. Today promises more excitement and weird rocks (did you check out the
serpentine formations, we got to break the stuff apart and boy is it
brittle and slimy. And to think at one points parts of it were deep
within Earth's mantle! But I digress). So this morning we will
continue and see some pillow lavas at the Marin Highlands. PO,
Saturday, December 11, 2010
putzed around the MLK Monument and the SFMOMA. Great meal and
Margaritas at Trotipisueno's. Tomorrow: "been so long since I've seen
the ocean; think I should". And congratulations and welcome to our reality Baby Ben!
(Ben there bun that?) PO,
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Tuesday, December 7, 2010
Guess this qualifies for the biggest snowfall I ever seen, don’t think we ever got this much in one go even when we lived in the Colorado Rockies. And we’re still supposed to get at least 10 cm overnight. Here’s the video evidence.
Let’s go snowshoeing tomorrow!
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