Last night I camped behind the reef near Goblin Valley. The views there were great and the stars were superb until the moon came out. This morning I headed into Goblin Valley to do what hiking is available and hang with the little goobers. Goblins were everywhere! Hanksville has my favorite gas station.
I’m doing a bit of exploring to find cool places to take my friends and family later this year.
In the middle of a Zoom call a couple weeks ago, I got a system notice that I was running out of space on my startup disk. It said I had 1.6 gigabytes free and the number was dropping rapidly. Crap. I did some quick measures to get through the call by deleting some unused… Continue reading Reclaiming my hard drive
Sheri, Chris, Kelly, and I went up to Apex last week to do some downhill mountain biking. It was a blast even though I ended up leaving a good amount of me (and my Fitbit) on the mountain after a couple spills. (Womp womp!) It was maybe a bit tougher than I’d like at my current skill level, but… Continue reading Apex Park
I always tend to do a bit of searching to find various walkthroughs and videos when installing something new hoping to save myself a bit of headache later. In this case, there wasn’t much out there. I found a few sets of instructions (none of them official) and a single video (a little helpful, but… Continue reading Installing a Zeon 10s winch on a Hard Rock bumper
A few days ago, I along with a few friends of mine put together a bit of a mountain experience. We put on an asado. For those unfamiliar, an asado is a South American barbecuing technique. The event that put this whole thing in motion was the birthday of Josh’s business partner. Jeremy, Josh’s brother, decided… Continue reading The Mountain Lamb Society