November 28, 2001


The view from Rob's place.

The weather in San Francisco has entered a downward spiral since Thanksgiving. The air has become markedly colder and the rainyness is just around the corner. I just hope that the nice weather lasts through the next two weekends for the moving of my stuff into the new place.

The attached photo is one of the many fantabulous views from Rob’s deck. More to follow. I need to remember to do a little photo tour of my daily commute. It’s tricky to get used to using the camera. It’s way too touristy to walk around taking pictures of everything. But I’ll get used to it.

I spent a little time this evening digging through Patrick’s code to rip off his CSS columnizing wizardry. I wound up realizing there were more things I should clean up with the way works before I start injecting new bits. Plus, right now, I don’t have the time.

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Rachelle Bowden

wow.. that’s a beautiful view… as opposed to my view i think if i were you, i’d sit out on that deck all day!

Sean Peisert

Walt, this is gorgeous. Enjoy! You’re in a great City.

Sam Oh

or my view of.. nothing!

Walt Dickinson

Yeah, my view as of December 1st is of nothing as well. Staying with Rob has been a huge help and I’m always happy to help him appreciate his view, but it will be nice to have my own place.

Sean Peisert

As Herb Caen (former SF Chronicle columnist) used to print, quoting San Francisco residents (after meeting Robin Williams on the street somewhere and getting invited to dinner with his family, for instance), “God, I love this City.”