, and myself played a couple Settlers matches. We let White Lambda WIN
both since it was his bday. He bailed from SoCal (WIN[?]) early because the prospect of being trounced at Axis and Allies cast a grim shadow over his remaining days.
The support structures for the traverse wall
came out well with some impromptu assistance from E. The three on the right depict the side that will face the studs, they'll be attached flat against the interior wall because the weld nuts are embedded. They'll never need to be removed
, which is good for not turning 2x4s into swiss cheese.
The board on the left is the front side, where hex bolts with fender washers will attach the 1/2" osb
such that they can be easily removed and reoriented
. I think feature is total WIN.
and Manbird came over to swim off the chili cookoff gluttony. We broke out the collective equipment (d70 x2, sb800 x2, sb800 hard case
, a640 w/ hard case
, n80 w/ soft case) and did some pool-entry shots
The bright, reflective surface was very clutch. We just needed some glowsticks or... well I won't steal Connie
's thunder. The spray looks kind of cool lit up against the dark areas, next time we'll need a just-above-water camera with a quicker shutter.
Also seen is the led pool light
finally mounted and in full glory.
The turbulance created some cool effects, though it was tough to get recognizable shapes. We'll see how Jes
did with the n80. When R gets his arduino flash/camera triggers
up and running, we'll have some great possibilities (and warmer water).
I call this one 'Enormous underwater fart'. Chili cookoff, remember?
came today, WIN. Its four foot diameter perfectly fills the gap between the couch chaises. It is ideal for gaming and movieing
, and sits at the convergence of the surround signals.
What the hell New Mexico?