Monday, September 27, 2010

Beach Party 2010

The twelfth annual Beach Party was a success.
Complete with a 16' tall dinosaur and 16 intricately lighted spandex pyramids that were programed to pulse in constantly changing hues to the live deejay.
At sunrise we set fire to our dino friend with loud cheers over thumping music.
Our fearless leader in his fur hat brings another palette to burn.

Shot taken from half way down the village of tents.
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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Sawmill Tournament

Sawmill Lake (near Columbus, Indiana) was built by my sister-in-law's father, John Cord, back in the 1990's as a private waterski lake. The ski club hosts tournaments a couple times a year, which attracts some of the top talent in the nation. This past weekend I flew home for the fall competition.
Cale is one of the best out there- skiing into '41 off this past Saturday.

Adam is an engineer for O'brien Watersports and is reinventing the way high peformance skis are made.

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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

HC sailing with dad

Finally got to go sailing with my dad.
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Beach Art

WGB had a group of local Brooklyn artists paint the underpass walkway to the beach. How very modern of them.
The following pics are various pieces of "surf art". Enjoy.

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Breakfast In Bed

After a long week and a half in the desert, what more could a boy want than breakfast in bed? Just out of the oven Banana/Pistachio bread, farm fresh peaches and berries with whipped cream and coffee. Sasha has me well trained.
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Monday, September 13, 2010

Malthus Launch Success

My trip to the desert was a great success. Here is a beautiful dusk picture of the "Official Transport of the Royal Institute", The Malthus.