In the summer of 2003, Charlotte and I decided to take a trip across the country by rental car (why a rental? Don't ask--it's complicated, dull, and annoying.), stopping at various friends along the way, seeing the sights, and culminating in our annual visit to the Burningman festival in Nevada. This is the diary we kept along the way.
|25-26||Hot Springs AR|
|?||Oklahoma City OK|
|31||Mesa Verde CO|
|?||Grand Canyon AZ|
|11-13||Los Angeles CA|
|16-24||San Francisco CA|
|24-Sept 1||Black Rock City NV|
|2||Salt Lake City UT|
Regular readers (both of you) may have noted some weirdness happening yesterday. In OK City, we had had some adventures trying to find an internet cafe, with no luck. At the New Mexico visitor's center, they had a free I'net kiosk, which I leapt on and tried to fix the broken HTML in my entry of the 25th entitled "Just the facts."
To make a long and dull story short, the combined weirdnesses of satellite internet and Windows' dazzlingly bad telnet client made it a miracle that I didn't mes things up wore than I actually did. Unfortunately, when I saved the file, Blosxom therefore moved it up to the top of the page, rendering its already-tangled temporal references stunningly out-of-whack.