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Archive for September, 2006
September 24, 2006 10:44 pm
It’s the end of a beautiful weekend in Ballard. The sun was out and the Seahawks were winning… what more could you ask for? In this episode, I recap what seemed like a very fast week. Next weekend, I’ll be heading down to the Podcast and Portable Media Expo, so be on the look out for audio from that event. Fremont Oktoberfest came and went and I never made it down there, however, Leavenworth Oktoberfest is quickly approaching. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: if you enjoy Washington beers, you need to sign up for WABL at Washingtonbeers.com. Speaking of beer, I came across some pretty cool goblets made from Recycled beer bottles that are worth a peek.
The Song of the day is Flames in Synergy by Inner Surge and the website of the day is Jiwire.com. We close on a song being performed by Mary, a friend we made while sharing a campfire and some smores in the Yakima River Canyon.
September 11, 2006 11:52 pm
Well, I’m pent up at a Hilton in Bellevue, but I thought I’d get a podcast out. In this episode, I share audio from our evening out on Saturday. We went to Brouwers for a birthday, the Ballard Art Walk to view some photography, and then went to a block party in West Seattle. As such, we chat with some interesting folks, including photographer Carrie Robinson.
The song of the day is 1974 by Kristen Ward (who just released her new CD, Roll Me On, on Friday evening at the Sunset in Ballard) and the website of the day is girlsandcorpses.com.
CMP-09-11-2006: CrapMonkey Podcast Episode 106 [ 25:35 ] Download
September 6, 2006 8:19 pm
In this nugget, I’ve got about 20 minutes of audio to share from our Labor Day camping trip to the Big Pines Recreational site in the Yakima River Canyon. We spent five days there relaxing around a campfire, floating down the river, and even hitting the Kititas County Fair. Photos are available on Flickr.