Here are those same Turkeys seven years later.
Tuesday, December 11, 2012
It all started here. Thanksgiving 2004 I joined flickr. I'm now sitting at over 24000 photos and almost 166000 views. I've met new folks, participated in many projects, and keep snapping photos. I don't remember the exact first photo posted as I have manipulated my stream over the years. But this one was one of the first.
Friday, November 23, 2012
Thanksgiving is the day I try to get everyone out and photograph them for Christmas cards, etc. I got my people done yesterday but couldn't really get everybody into it today. I'll miss having that one big photo of the cousins.
Tuesday, October 09, 2012
While I'm on a roll... another Wood Badge ticket item was learning the knots and lashings required for First Class, teaching them to a scout, and have him teach other scouts. Also, have a knot demonstration in my Scoutmaster conference. Also DONE! Two down, three to go... back to Gilwell, happy land, I'm going to work my ticket if I can.
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
I'm now more than halfway through my third Project 365(6) in a row and I never dreamed that the most difficult part would not be taking a picture every day (interesting picture, yes, any picture, no) but the clerical work required to keep the groups up to date as well as the tagging. Especially when some only allow seven photos per day. I fully understand though, who wants to wade through 15 of my photos just because I dump all at once.
I don't know if I can do another one of these. I need to get back into more creative photo projects.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
It's raining cakes! This is my traditional cake. Just how it is supposed to be. Chocolate cake, chocolate icing, green lettering. #mo, originally uploaded by cmiked.
Friday, July 13, 2012
On Monday I head to Sid Richardson Scout Ranch to attend Woodbadge training. It's essentially advanced scoutmaster training. We will go in as Webelos II ready to cross over to Boy Scouts and progress through ranks throughout the week. I'll post a report afterwards. I'll see what I can do about getting back into this blog. Why not?
Also of note, John received his First Class rank at the May Court of Honor. He is keeping up with his requirements nicely.
I encourage you to check them all out.