Last Fall, I made a post with detailed instructions on how to make “chicken bog” in the Mullins, SC fashion. Here’s my Flickr set from my latest batch of chicken bog this week. Try it out and enjoy!
Month: September 2007
Brewgrass is a fantastic annual festival held here in Asheville, NC. As you can tell from the name, the main focus of the festival is combining great micro-brews from across the US with bluegrass music. I highly recommend if you’re into either of those noble pursuits. Here’s a quick vid I took at the festival yesterday:
Anna and I had our formal pregnancy photos made by the incredible Keri Beth Livingston. If you live in Asheville and need a quality photographer, she’s your person. Our photos are all up on my Flickr account, so head over there to see the entire series.
New theme… what do you think? I rather like it (alot). Sam Harrelson
I realized too late that I had left my latest Moleksine notebook on a flight from Charlotte, NC to Dallas, TX. I’m praying some kind soul finds the notebook and sends it home or calls me (via the info I put on the first page). That would restore my faith in humanity. Please work. Moleskine
I look forward to visiting Dura Europos myself one day. Here’s a fun travel-logue by a traveler: Dura Europos was certainly the most attractive archaeological site I visited in Syria. A ruined citadel sits atop a ridge overlooking the river and a large city wall that is still defined in several places bounds the entire site. Numerous temple remains dot the site but virtually nothing remains of any of them, with the notable exception of …
I’ve been working like a dog lately (mostly on ReveNews). Looking forward to things calming down next week so that I can enjoy life again on a full night’s rest. xkcd – A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language – By Randall Munroe
want… iPod touch first hands-on – Engadget
Sidewalk existentialism (or nihilism? or optimism?) from the great Ashevegas blog. Socrates would be in Asheville if he were still around. Ashvegas – Journal – Good question
Chupacabras are a popular part of the (fascinating) cryptozoology scene. This looks more like a coyote or feral dog to me, but I’m no expert… But the roadkill she found last month outside her ranch was a new one even for her, worth putting in a freezer hidden from curious onlookers: Canion believes she may have the head of the mythical, bloodsucking chupacabra. Has a Mythical Beast Turned Up in Texas? – AOL News