Monday, June 19, 2006

North Shore Firetwirling

Last minute, the IfA crew decided/organized a going away party for Brandon. It was chaotic in the beginning (30+ cell calls) but hey, that's what they're for. Liz learned how to use the SLR so she got some awesome shots. We met up with a bunch of different people - guys from Cali, girls from Nevada and some locals later. They all were really cool and in to the twirling, not the usual "wedding" crowd - Liz didn't end up defending evolution/age of the Earth. That's always a good sign. Sunday nights seem to always go a lot better - nobody's throwing huge bashes, no cops, nice vibe. Too bad we've all sold our souls to pay our bills and 8am Monday morning comes way too quick. Students are lucker than most. I'm sure Liz is ridicu-tired today. The full set of pictures should be up on my website sometime today.


Blogger Lynn said...

That's real fire??? What kind of ends are on the end of the rope (is it?)?? It is a lot more grown-up than the ol' glow sticks at Misery Bay, eh? :-)

1:35 AM  
Blogger geekedout said...

Yeah, fire is a lot more fun. It's much more work (smelly, dangerous, wind sucks) but it's very much worth it. There is special kevlar wick either folded or screwed down in place on the ends. It's the outdoor version glowsticks.....

7:57 AM  
Blogger Diane Harrington said...

Do you have any body hair left?

7:43 AM  

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