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Well, I was describing a few things encountered in the supermarket in my last update, so let's pick up there with one final comment. Prices are way higher for foodstuffs over here, even without adding taxes. In fact, I run a few numbers, and I discovered that if you really like fruits harvested in California, you're better off buying a plane ticket and flying to New Hampshire and buying them there. Of course, it'd take a few summers before you'd be financially ahead, and I wasn't accounting for room and board, but hell. Actually, now that I think about it, you would still be better off, after acounting for gas prices. Absolute cheapest out here that I've seen is still 30c more per gallon than the stuff I buy.

Anyway, I'm hanging around my brother's room down here, and I see this empty beer bottle. So what, Davin? you might be asking. Well, something about this bottle caught my eye. Perhaps it was the bright yellow label, or perhaps it was the cartoony depiction of a castle on the front. Or maybe it was the fact that the label said in bold letters: "Monty Python's Holy Grail." Right underneath that, in smaller letters, it said "Tempered over burning witches." Sweet stuff right there, I'll try to get a photo of it online later.

Another cool thing I encountered hidden amidst a bunch of rafting equipment was a spiffy little rubber duckie. However, this was no ordinary runner duckie. This was a hippy rubber duckie, complete with rubber duckie hippy peace sign pendant, rubber duckie hippy glasses, rubber duckie fringed hippy vest, and rubber duckie hippy dreadlocks. I want one.

Right! While I'm talking about it, I went on a whitewater rafting trip for a day, which was pretty great, but I still prefer a nice exploration of woods, mountains, coves, or all three at the same time on nice, dry land. But here's the really spiffy part, there was one rapid known as Pinball, because of the way a boat can get knocked about from all these big rocks in it. First time it was mentioned, one of the guides heard it and burst out singing Pinball Wizard! What's more, a bunch more people joined in as soon as he got to the second line! This just goes to prove Deganist Principle Number Four: No activity is so great that it cannot be improved with the addition of The Who.

Right, there was also this wicked cool 8-year old named Trevor who went rafting with us. Little kids rock. Unless they're like my cousin Levi, in which case they suck. But sometimes Levi can rock too. I dunno, little kids both rock and suck at the same time, to derive a statement from a favourite book of mine.

Oh! Another little kid encounter. I went to a diner today, and this little girl, maybe about 7 or 8 years old, comes up to order our drinks. I guess she was a waitress's daughter or something, but it was wicked cute, especially when she got up on her tip toes trying to reach the soda fountain. I turned to my brother and said, "You realize of course that this means we're gonna have to tip extra?" Then, as the girl left with her mom halfway through our meal, I turned back to him and said "She's leaving? Guess we don't have to leaver a larger tip after all."

In other little kid related news, I reckon that my arch nemesis is about 5 or 6 years old by now. Damn, but I fear the day he gets his licence. Hopefully, 11 years of preparation will be enough.

I've also been watching a load of movies while I've been down here. Some for the first time, others for the second or third. Off the top of my head, I've seen Anchorman; Deliverance; Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels; The Big Lebowski; and Old School. I saw one or two more, but the memories are eluding me at the moment.

I've also been watching TV for the first time in forever, so I'm finding myself reacquainted with how absofuckinghatchetharrybeatamantodeathwitharubberdildolutely retarded half the stuff on it is. I mean, there was this one medical advertisement (ad-VER-tiss-ment)for something called "Restless Legs Syndrome" and how it is a serious medical condition that has a "significant physical and emotional impact on sufferers" because "symptoms may interfere with [people's] sleep, and as a result, they may feel sleepy during the day."

I've noticed taht many of the commercials here involve Mexicans and their comedic mishaps.

Also, Totally Spies is just about the greatest TV show ever. Basically, it's Charlie's Angels, but with valley girls attending high school in Beverly Hills, supervillains, and a pseudo-anime cartoon style. Also, instead of Charlie's voice, the girls actually meet up with their boss, a guy named Jerry who is awesome in the same vein as Alfred (of Batman fame) mixed with the style and getting-on-of-mack of James Bond.

The episode I watched involved a Japanese guy who was CEO of a technology company, and his plot to control the minds of people who used his computers. Allow me to give you some choice quotes I made sure to jot down.

When given their assignment, Jerry gives the girls some pictures of a few boys wearing glasses. He explains, "A number of people have gone missing-" He is immediately interrupted as Clover, the blonde, gasps and say "Gah! You mean a bunch of... nerdy people!"

Later, that same girl is attemptiong to log onto a computer that one of the boys was using: "Password?!" she yells at the monitor, "I'll show you a password!" Unfortunately, we don't get to see exactly what she means, as she is promptly attacked by a prowling robot-spidery-thing. After subduing it (with kung fu action), Clover says to it, "That'll teach you to keep your tentacles to yourself!" To be honest, I probably only wrote down that line because of a peculiar predilection for hentai. Nevertheless, the final confrontation had the best lines of all.

The villain is explaining how computers are superior to humans. Humans, he explains, have marvellous brains, but they "waste it all on fashion, gossip, and watching TV." Alex, the brunette, snaps back at him, "Well what else should we use them on?" Oooo! Witty!

Finally, after the villain (I think his name was Tetsuo or something) finishes revealing his master plan in typical supervillain style, Alex says to him in a horrified manner, "You're not just a geek.... you're a total jerk-geek!"

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" Here goes some pics from my disasterous... oh ahem... wonderful encounter with the family this last week. Have fun.


This is the family. My Dad and step-Mom Jodi are on the far right. I know you can't make heads or tails of it, but once I get better pics from Dad and the grandparents, I'll update these.


A view from Glacier Point.


One of many waterfalls in the area.


Half-Dome.


El Capitan, according to Dad, the world's largest freestanding piece of granite.


Half-Dome at Sunset, viewed from Glacier Point.


Picture of the lodge at Yosemite. One of the Starks helped reroof it. Dad has more pics of the interior.


The Fallen Monarch. This sequoia tree fell many years ago and still resists decay. Once, they lined up an entire cavalry and photographed them. I'm sure the picture still exists and may even be found online, if you look for it.


Inside the root system of the fallen sequoia named The Massachusetts tree sat a female deer. Look carefully near the base, right beside the small lump in the lower right corner. I saw several deer on this trip, as well as a bear, a chipmunk, and had up-close and personal encounters with squirrels and barn swallows.


Massive trees, sequoias. Amazing, too. I didn't see any ents, but I'm sure Treebeard had some friends here.


Some of us went whitewater rafting. I was invited, but turned them down. I don't own a swimsuit. Instead I got some much-needed rest and bonded with my step-Mom.


Another falls. I love waterfalls, especially ones as grand as these.


Yosemite National Park. My Dad sent this picture already equiped on my desktop on my new computer, but his was taken last October on an overcast day. He reshot the very same picture on this trip, on this day, and the sky was so ultra-blue I could swear it was intelligent.


On the way out, I happened to look out the window of my plane and saw Rainier reaching out to taunt me. I risked being yelled at by the plane attendants to move over a seat to snap this picture. I hoped the whole week that it turned out. Kinda. I had to use a photo editor to skew it about 8 degrees left to get it right. Mt. St Helens was putting on an ash show that morning, but I was on the wrong side of the plane. That's okay; I got to see her on the way home. A cloud nestled in the caldera. Gods, I love Washington.

And now:

Before you complain about gas again, look at the prices at this Shell station outside Yosemite. Yes, that says $3.15 for REGULAR. Diesel was $2.98. Sorry it's so hard to see, but believe me, that's the actual price. I guess it was a case of "I'm the only gas for miles, so screw you." Or else it was "I gotta pay a fortune to keep this place stocked, so sorry..." I hope this isn't our future even in the cities!
Well, bitter and sweet, this trip was educational, emotional, and overall stunning in visuals. What I learned: I stand by my statement "My favorite thing about traveling is coming home." A few people are great, too many spoil the moment. Redneck means stiff-necked, too. Don't talk to my Dad about sexual orientation. I hate kids even more. Teenagers suck. Sometimes it stinks having better-than-perfect vision when nobody else in the car sees the bear and thinks you're even more schizophrenic than ever. Some deer love photo ops. Never give ice cream to the strange uncle in the family. Grilled corn rocks, but lasagna rocks even more. And, you never feel more grateful for heat than if it allows you to take a walk to the corner gas station alone, without heat-sensitive parents, to nab a much-maligned Krispy Kreme doughnut.
Also, it's possible for me to live in 100 degree weather, but those with MS can't. Sorry step-Mom...

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" I have been a tomboy all my life.

I never learned to put on makeup correctly.. well, not girly makeup. (I did manage to graduate from clown college, so I can make myself look like Bozo really well, but not Barbie.)

I was on the baseball team (yes, baseball, not softball), the neighborhood ice hockey team, and managed the varsity wrestling team in school. I did four miserable weeks as a cheeleader when I was a junior and then quit because I just couldn't stand the self- absorbed biotches and they were dissing my friends (most of whom are working for things like Microsoft and NASA now, while I know that most of the cheerleaders never left town and mostly live to reclaim their glory days at class reunions).

Probably the girliest things I did in school was to sing soprano in the school concert choir and several plays, and be in the color guard of a drum and bugle corps.

I was a cub scout leader, then one of the first wave of female boy scout leaders when my son was in. I was the first woman to have a lot of leadership positions in our old council. (also led Girl Scouts for my daughter too, and our troop camped more than the boys did most years) The first year I attended boy scout camp with my son and our troop they didn't tell me the combination to the adult showers all week. I suppose they thought I would buckle with becoming dirty asn smelly and go home crying and never come back. HA! Didn't bother me. The boys weren't bathing. They all stunk, why should they notice me? But I did stand just as close as I could to the other male leaders all week. The next year I was given the combination the first day of camp.

I do canoeing, whitewater rafting, rock climbing, hiking, camping, fix small appliances if I have to, and can change my own tires etc... I taught my nephew to throw a tomahawk recently, much to my sister's dismay. I shoot. Yes. I shoot guns. Targets and clays. And I really like it.

I always collected rocks, bugs, and climbed trees (the most recent time being only a few years ago 30 or so feet up an oak tree in mindless pursuit of some mistletoe). Suffice it to say I think I am maybe getting a bit beyond tree climbing as a result.

I didn't own a dress for over ten years. The only reason I had one before was to keep up the wifey image for x-man when we went to church when the kids were little. Then I got one to go to the theater at the thrift store, wore it one night, and lost it, along with the nifty scarf I got to go with it. That is still a mystery to me. I don't own one now.

I own no high heels, however I do have a pair of five year old TEVAS, two pairs of badly beaten hiking boots, and a pair of sneakers my mom got for me which turned out to be very uncomfortable indeed.. something I fel bad about. She meant well.

My pets from childhood to present have included tarantulas, snakes (both venomous and non), lizards, fish, and frogs. I did have some rabbits, first rescues from the wild, then later camp rabbits that had no place to go after camp.

I have not owned perfume since I was twelve. I have never bought it for myself.

I like the idea that on a campout I can leave the toothbrush and other hygene items in the backpack and not use them if I don't feel like it.

I have never owned a tennis bracelet. (do women really wear bracelets to play tennis?)

Thanks to a great article in Backpacker Magazine and years of practice, I CAN pee standing up.

I was the first girl newspaper carrier in my home town and faced off boys with baseball bats who were trying to get me to give up my route.

The last time I used hair spray it was to freeze a bunch of termites in their tracks when they came through the wall.

The list is endless, but the fact is, that although I can cook, sew, knit, quilt, crochet, and bake up a storm... all those mom things, I am and always have been a consumate tomboy.

So.........

When beloved and I had progressed into a dating relationship, he commented to me that he thought pink might actually be a nice looking color for me with my coloration. So even though I said I hated pink, I picked up a pink tank top just to see. It was the first pink article of clothing I had worn since I was 16. But, I supposed it didn't look too terrible once I got used to it.

I actually bought underwire bras instead of the standard sports bras. ( I like to call them science fiction bras.. it's amazing how they make everyone look like they stuffed their bras with grapefruits) Of course they can't be worn at present.

I went back to college and instead of carrying a wallet in my back pocket, as I had for years, I started carrying a purse a lot of the time because of the need for checkbook, pens, and other stuff that made the stuffed jeans pockets uncomfortable.

I actually found myself looking at skirts occasionally when we breezed by them in Wally World.

I stopped carrying my river knife.

Maybe it was because beloved makes me feel the feminine side of me for once, maybe it's age... maybe I'm losing it and falling prey to my location. (Creator help me if I start decorating my house to look like the Cracker Barrel)

Whatever it was, I was waking up a little to the girly side of life.

So what's the first thing that happens?
I get breast cancer.

Go figure.

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