|Ikea robot Anna with her Hopkins friends and 1% husband...|
Why sleep in tent when you can pay the rent?
Another couple of weeks of Baltimore life has passed. Somehow I have been keeping myself pretty busy with a variety of projects, but have also been sneaking away for random excursion during sunny weekdays while Anna has been hiding in the Hopkins dungeons.
|Taking a leave? Brian and me exploring alternative ways of spending a Monday|
|When I get sick of the city I climb trees.|
|Me and George|
|George will love me, its just a matter of time!|
|Swedish Fish Party!
Having some more time at my disposal have made me open my eyes to things around me a little more. I was watching a great documentary movie, Gasland, at the Library in Baltimore the other day - it's about a relatively new way of drilling for gas which causes evil environmental problems, damn it oil and money! When I walked out of there I was really angry and wanted to change the world... haven't made much progress yet though... However I think the least we can do is to stay informed and keep an eye on other sources of news then our daily newspaper and TV.
|Occupy Baltimore still going strong!|
|My own silent protest|
Having said all that I still went with a gasoline car -94 with Bob and drove 2.5 hours to the coast to go surfing over the day. Both of us had a bad cold, but what other way is there to
get rid of all those germs then to immerse ourselves in cold salty ocean water. I finally had a chance to try out my GoPro camera on the surfboard so I put together a short film of all the crashes I made for your pleasure (to my defense the surf was clean but very dumpy as the waves hit straight onshore).
Yesterday I got inpatient with the city again and went flyfishing at Gunpowder Creek for a few hours. Of course I had to go on the only rainy day of the week, but it was actually quite cool in the foggy woods.
|Sweet Gunpowder creek with clean water and native trout!|
|Still going strong, wonder what they will be like in the snow?|
|Do i smell winter? And what is that tree growing from?|
Counting my days of good fall weather in Baltimore with free time on my hands. I believe change is around the corner.