…(vacation pictures). Photos from a trip to Hawaii—Oahu, Maui, and The Big Island (Hawaii)—from last November. ^ From behind Matsumoto’s Shave Ice in Haleiwa, cats lazing in the mid-80 degree, November heat. ^ At the Papawai Scenic Lookout along Maui’s Highway 30 you can see Maui’s southeast coastline, the volcanic remains of Molokini, and Lanai. […]
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…and more chicken parts. Miss T and I had been wanting to try out Ippuku, a new izakaya in Berkeley, ever since we saw the construction signs go up for it. Earlier this month we had a chance to try it out. An izakaya is a Japanese eatery akin to a pub or tapas bar. […]
…Comic-Con. Once again, Miss T and I headed SoCalward to brave the (not-so-)costumed crowds at San Diego Comic-Con International. For 2010 we only bought tickets for Thursday—which really wasn’t enough time to take in the sights—though Miss T finagled her way back in on Sunday for the end of the show. For our single-day excursion […]
…at Downtown Berkeley BART. “Stairs” that move on their own. A Fremont-bound train. A Richmond-bound train. Lastly, another woman on the stairs (she’s heading down). As usual, larger pix are at maxpixpix on Picasa.
…in front the building this week. The noise and vibration took quite a toll on several of my coworkers this week. (Hopefully the hole will be filled in next week.)
…on a long pier. In mid-March, when the Bay Area’s weather briefly turned summerlike—it has since returned to late-winter temps—Miss T and I visited Pier 14 along San Francisco’s Embarcadero. Rather than bore you with the recent history of the refurbished Pier 14, let me bore you with 9 more Pier 14 photos: As usual, […]
…recently eaten. 1) Corn dogs and fries at Hot Dog on a Stick, Arden Fair Mall, Sacramento. 2) Roast pork sandwich at Out the Door, San Francisco Ferry Buidling. 3) Vegetarian spring roll at Out the Door, San Francisco Ferry Buidling. 4) Chili cheese fries at Original Mel’s, Vacaville. 5) Open face meatloaf sandwich at […]
…Miss T and I shared a rare roast beef sandwich at Il Cane Rosso. Later, we headed over to Macworld 2010—sans Apple Inc. but still worth a look-see. Possibly the most spartan trade show booth I have ever seen. Microsoft Office, uh, icons were on hand. I might have been able to get a better […]
…in Sacramento. Chef’s sushi mix (above) and a River Cat roll (below) from Miso Japanese Cuisine. Mmm… sushi.
…of Yosemite National Park. Earlier this month Miss T and I took our first trip to Yosemite National Park. Of the nearly 1200 square miles of the park, we spent our 2 days exploring the 7 square miles of Yosemite Valley. We could probably have spent 2 months in Yosemite Valley alone. As expected, we […]