Day chez Hannah
Tue, 22 Aug 2000 15:10:20 -0400 (EDT)
> Some interesting things you are doing. Typical west coast lifestyle?
> We must have missed a bunch of your emails.
Hmm, sorry. I haven't sent many lately, actually.
> Don't know who Hannah, Tomwhore? and others are.
Hannah is approximately my cousin; she's my father's brother's son's
mother's father's daughter.
> Not much new to report here. Anne and
> Julie have been doing some CCD on L5 data from Europe.
Sounds like fun.
> John about to take over your computer as I need his to take to my
> desk down at Ball.
I'm sure that will be a relief for him. His machine is rather slow.
> Ordered an Ultra 80 system for a new project.
Cool --- what's up? Remember posts to kragen-discuss are publicly
distributed and archived :)
> Sue got stung by about 6 bees yesterday while cutting the grass.
> Lucky it wasn't worse.
That's a bit scary. Killer bees haven't reached Ohio yet, have they?
I've been stung by individual bees a couple of times.
> We have found about 5 nests in the last
> week. Must be a good year for bees.
That's a little strange. I'd think that, even with a yard your size,
you wouldn't have enough flowers to support one beehive, let alone five.
<firstname.lastname@example.org> Kragen Sitaker <http://www.pobox.com/~kragen/>
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