Monthly Archives: March 2012

Dog work, Canis Major and the Big Dipper

I’ve been working on trying to find a place that will do a lab work up for lyme on Petey.  He caught it 2 years ago in New York, when I also had an exposure.  I had him tested and … Continue reading

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Poppies in the Fields

My cauliflower is flowering, I got my first beans, and the row of potatoes is looking pretty good.  I may try to plant a little corn if I can get some seed.  Some calves apparently pushed the gate open and … Continue reading

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More Notes

Using my day_sculptor program with a lot of input from me, I’ve had a few days to program, and write or think about writing. My dog work during these days has consisted of: 1) A phone call to the vet … Continue reading

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Classical Retry v. 2.0

This is a pretty neat, and robust piece of code.  I fixed the bug that the day_sculptor had in it, it would occasionally crash returning an error token of 8 or 9.  So, I think that it had to do … Continue reading

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A Spanish Chess Game – Missing a Second Date

I walked into town today without the dogs – I thought it was too hot for them.  I’ve patched the innertube twice today, and it still won’t hold air.  The hybrid tire works fine though.  Also, planted another 30ft half … Continue reading

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More Excerpts from My Writing: Hail Mary and the Dogs

“Hail Mary, full of Grace, the Lord is with Thee.  Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.  Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our … Continue reading

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Spring, hybrid bike repair, and another bed

Some good news around the corner for BARC – the Houston City Animal Shelter.  In her announcement, the mayor noted that the current facility is a holding area for animals prior to euthanasia.  It was never designed to interact with … Continue reading

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