Man, I am set. Not one, but two full pickup loads of split 500-year-old piñon! Never mind that it hasn’t snowed sinced mid-December and we’ve had sunny days in the fifties. Winter still might make a comeback, and if it does, well hey.
You can read about the wood and UFOs and more in this piece I just published at Medium. “Fifteen People per Square Mile” is a photo-essay I put together to test the fluid, real-time user interface. To find the images, however, I had to search through my photo archives, and that was a revelation.
I have thousands of photos. I don’t use iPhoto or tags or any other management system because I am insane. They’re all in dated folders. To find something I want, I use Cover Flow view on my iMac and whirl through hundreds of images at a time, an excellent way to make you ill. (My legacy FotoFeed site is sometimes handy for nailing down the month and year.) But this time I went way back, almost all the way to San Cristobal in ’99. My God, there are so many good ones. They also reminded me of all the adventures I’ve had in the last fourteen years, but I’m a lot older than that…
You know what’s going on here, right?