I did quite a bit today; I picked up a rental car, drove to Kent, played two matches of Blood Bowl with a friend as we tested out some rule variations (I won 2-0 then[…]
I rode to work today. It’s only five miles and downhill almost all the way, which is a bit intimidating when you start to think about the return trip.
This was a very strange book to read. Half of it is the usual boilerplate Imperial soldiers vs Evil Forces of Chaos story that Games Workshop assume will sell more toy soldiers, and the rest[…]
I woke at 5:30 this morning to go too the airport, just in time to discover my first flight had been delayed by half an hour. So off we went to the airport and a[…]
I woke up sore and exhausted from climbing, and shambled around for most of the day. We took the girls to the beach – another hour of purgatory for me, getting sand between my toes[…]
I returned to Seven Bays today and climbed for an hour, dangled from the chin up bar for a minute. Just like Seattle Bouldering Project, the grades are vague and the problems are hard and[…]
Today I read Caged Skies, which is not a book about Space Marines and therefore an exception to almost everything else I’ve read this year. It’s being made into a satire about a Hitler Youth[…]
Today I got up early and walked to thr inaugural New Scotland Blood Bowl tournament, stopping on the way to buy a doughnut and a cup of dreadful coffee from Tim Horton’s. The tournament was[…]
I spent all morning doing very little at all, taking advantage of the kids being out to catch up on my indolence.
We drove back from Kentville to Dartmouth today, a journey of about 100 km, and then I fell asleep when we got back, exhausted by the concentration of driving. Or because I didn’t have enough[…]