Networking. It can help find you a job, prevent random Craigslist roommate searches, and even get you discounts at Disneyland. But what I did not expect networking to do was get me into a campsite at Kirby Cove, one of the most difficult campsites to reserve known to man. It’s basically right at the foot of the Golden Gate Bridge on the Marin side, offering stunning views of the bridge, San Francisco, and the ocean. THANK YOU MARISSA for being on the inside and deciding you wanted to go camping and wanting to invite me! We arrived at night so we didn’t get the spectacular views until the next morning. After we packed up our stuff some of us took a hike in the Marin Headlands, which I’d never been to. Let’s just say I’ll be going back.
I’ve said I need to be better about taking and posting photos, but now I have tangible goals, including:
-More wildlife at work posts to make a series, as well as “species profile” posts focusing on one particular wildlife species
-Creating photobooks from my time abroad and other trips, and possibly a book of flowers and wildlife.
-Printing out (large, possibly even poster size) prints of some of the great ones. I’m tired of just looking at my photos on my computer or online (coincidentally anyone know of a way to get reasonably cheap, quality prints?).
Other resolutions: Get out and do some trips. I’m thinking the Lost Coast backpacking trip, a long weekend up in Portland, Disneyland, and maybe a couple of other small ones. And FLOSS. I really need to start flossing.