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Monthly Archives: October 2011

RiverCat Journal: Modified Skirting and New TV Mount

Little by little we’re chipping away at the home improvements.  I’m getting closer to actually devising a checklist of what remains to be done.  I haven’t had the greatest luck with home improvement checklists in the past, however.  It seems they always get deviated from as they grow longer and longer. Maybe two more months … Continue reading »

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RiverCat Journal: Wipeout!

I had a pretty nasty wreck on my scooter last Thursday.  Every day I cut across a vacant shopping center parking lot on the way to work.  Typically, I take the same path across this lot to avoid speed bumps and some “misplaced medians.”  You see, there are a lot of  square-shaped concrete islands where … Continue reading »

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RiverCat Journal: A Trip to Candlestick Park

The conversion is complete.  I grew up an avid 49ers fan, idolizing Joe Montana and Jerry Rice.  I then followed the Carolina Panthers for more than a decade when I lived in Charlotte.  But now I’ve been out West for about 4 years and, little by little I found myself becoming a 49ers fan, again.  … Continue reading »

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RiverCat Journal: Chance Meeting

I took the opportunity today to meet up with Dan Chance.  He was in Carson City for a Golden Spike Rally — a club for train enthusiasts/RVers.  Today he had some down-time before shoving off for California and I was grateful for the opportunity to really sit down and chat with a full-timer for the … Continue reading »

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RiverCat Journal: Outhouse Races and a Nature Walk

I fantasize a lot about wandering the country and making a living as a photographer.  Of course, this is coming from someone that knows nothing about photography except that I believe I have a good “eye” for it.  I purchased a Canon Rebel about 3 years ago and took a couple classes, but have pretty … Continue reading »

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