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Wednesday, September 18, 2002 4:12 PM

Today I added some new projects to the projects page. I've added a bunch of Pocket PC 2002 themes that I created. Feel free to check them out!
 
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Bummer in Boulder

Monday, September 16, 2002 3:54 PM

Saturday I went up to Boulder and watched the saddest display of football I've seen in a long time. CU got pounded by USC 40-3. Not only did we get blown out, but it was the worst offensive showing for CU since 1956 and the 3rd worst in school history. The Buffs managed a grand total of 64 yards of offense; only 8 of those in the 2nd half. All I have to say is, "OUCH!" After the game John and I went and played some more NCAA 2003 where I continued my long streak of domination against him. :) On Tuesday, I'll be going to the Avalanche Burgundy and White scrimmage at DU.
 
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Welcome!

Tuesday, September 10, 2002 1:43 PM

I figured I'd start this journal so anyone who wants to can find out a little more about what I'm doing. My web page has mostly been a collection of photos and I figured it was about time to provide some more information
 
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Pikes Peak

Tuesday, September 10, 2002 1:34 PM

This past Sunday, Andrea and I drove up to the top of Pike's Peak. At 14,110 feet it is the 30th tallest mountain in Colorado, and it is the only 14,000+ foot peak in the world that you can drive to the top of. The road is dirt for the last 11 miles and there is no guardrail for the 1000+ foot dropoffs. It makes for a very interesting drive to say the least. The views from the top are amazing as you can see in the pictures on my photo page. It is easy to see how the inspiration for "America the Beautiful" came from the views here. On the way down, they have you stop roughly 5 miles from the summit for a mandatory brake temperature check. The ranger seemed shocked that my brakes were at only 75 degrees after that hill. He said he routinely sees temperatures around 300 degrees. That provided a nice laugh on the way down.
 
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