More adventures are happening on my trip, as mentioned in my previous blog post.
I went to the Great Sand Dunes of Colorado today, right after it rained, so the sand wouldn’t be thrown into the air.
I also wrote “theoks.net” in the sand.
A picture is included.
Tonight, I’m staying at the Columbine Inn in my own loft, but it’s hotter than hell, and there’s no AC.
Today, I waded in The Great Salt Lake here in Utah. The island, Antelope Island has a supposedly soft sand beach. NOT TRUE! Walking out to the actual beach is painful, and difficult to return from, as you’re walking up a hill that’s made of sand you sink easily in.
After, we looked at the Ranch on Antelope Island, which was started in the 1800s, and continued to operate until 1981, and is Utah’s longest operating ranch.
Then, we proceeded to visit downtown Salt Lake City, where we visited the Church of Latter Day Saints. Its tallest spire stands 210 ft, with a golden statue of an angel atop it, and walls at the bottom of the church stand 9ft thick.
Tomorrow’s adventure is to go to the Great Sand Dunes.
Ah, yes. Summer. No school, sunny weather, freedom. Let’s just scratch the sunny weather part.
Continue reading “Happy 4th of July, 2010.”
My school gets out tomorrow (friday), so I’m really happy. I’ll probably sleep through most of it.
My school year sucked. This year, was my first year being homeschooled. Apart from being homeschooled, I realized how much I hate my mother. So, I go to my grandparents house everyday, and do schoolwork.
So, I’m looking forward to summer. Looking at how the weather is now, I’m not too certain I’ll end up enjoying it though.
Summer is almost here, and summer is an excellent time to work on coding projects.
I have a project that was just kickstarted into actual development.
ScriptBot was originally by AMcBain, and was pushed into our subversion repository, and development started.
If you feel that you could help this project, catch me in #bots.