Tag Archives: California

I can fit in a flat screen box

I guess twelve years was long enough to keep the old TV.

flat screen box 1

flat screen box 2

flat screen box 3

 

 

I can fit in my birthday present

Let us reminisce of birthdays past. When I was but a lass of 38 my man gave me this fantastic gift. Grill, baby, grill!

grill 1

grill 2

grill 3

grill 4

grill 5

 

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I can fit in a little house

Little House

I Can Fit in a Cage

What exactly are they doing up there at CCRMA? Why does the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics have a cage? Is it for bad bad grad students?

Cage B

I’ve been looking for a cage ever since my bestie DD gave me this shirt. Finally!

 

Cage A

Cage C

 

 

I have Photoshop and I can do five things with it. Here they are.  Note: I have no idea how I did thing #3.

Cage D

Cage E

 

Cage G

Cage F

Cage H

Special thanks to my trusty assistant Velda – who steadied the cage and promised to call an ambulance if I knocked it over while trying to get back out.

She can fit in a dryer!

Everybody loves a dryer, but this is the first washing machine. And a front-loader at that. Nice job Alessandra!

Ale washing machine 1

Ale washing machine 2

c. 2007 – I hope Alessandra is still squeezing in small spaces today.

 

 

 

 

 

I still can’t fit in a suitcase.

I keep trying, but I just can’t top Jessie.

suitcase a

suitcase b

suitcase c

suitcase d

suitcase e

suitcase f

One day I will prevail.

Just a box.

I see you looking back at me.

just a box

I can sneak onto a little train

Happy New Year!  A little bit late.

little train 1

 

 

 

 

Closed… That’s okay. I’ll be in and out in time for 2015.

little train 2

 

 

 

I Can Fit in a Lime Kiln

Off California Highway 1…

kiln 1

kiln 2

Deep in the redwoods of Lime Kiln State Park

kiln 3

A Lime Kiln!

kiln 4

Looks dangerous.

kiln 5

kiln 6

Oh so tempting. Hope there’s not a park ranger! …or an earthquake.

kiln 7

kiln 8

Flash fitting!

Where can I fit at Yosemite?

Would you believe we were the only people in the Bay Area to have the great idea to drive to Yosemite National Park over the three-day Independence Day week-end? BWAH HA HA. The traffic passed from bad to worse to kind of amazing. We skipped the valley, opting instead for the north area of the park. We completed a hike to our highest elevation yet – 9926 at the top of Cloud’s Rest.

Tenaya Lake

Starting point: Tenaya Lake

On the way up

On the way up

yosemite c

Almost there

Clouds Rest

Clouds Rest

Half Dome from above

Half Dome from above

Many hours later, back at the Blackberry Inn Bed & Breakfast

Back at the B&B

A little door!

yosemite g