|Pictures taken last night in my Scion
||[Jun. 3rd, 2008|03:22 pm]
Here are a couple of pictures taken last night (well, OK, early this morning) in my 2006 Scion xB:
I bought the car new on 12 September 2005. You do the math. :)
hey! you still exist? :) *yay!*
I'm learning hammer dulcimer btw :)
Cool! I play just enough dulcimer to know (1) that it's a lot of fun, and (2) that I wish I were better at it. Good luck with your study!
tuning is a pain in the backside but it sounds *so* much better in tune *lol*
btw: do you have crash space for Bu & I for dance flurry weekend? we'd like to go this year but the ppl we used to crash with have broken up... so I thought I'd ask *wayyyyyyyyy* in advance.... *crossing fingers*
Holy cow -- where did you go, Boston by way of San Diego? Monthly? :-)
Generally leading the life of an itinerant musician, and simultaneously that of a programmer who has not always had short commutes. At various times, I commuted from Poughkeepsie to Irvington
and Albany to White Plains
, not to mention the regular trips to NJ and farther afield for gigs.
And in a couple of weeks, it's off to Princeton, IL
for summer stock. Oddly enough, this car has never yet been to Pennsic.
Look below the clock. That's more significant.
I love Into the Woods -- I got to see it on Broadway, even. Never seen the film, though; how is it?
I can sort of relate. My Civic Hybrid was bought in late November 2003 and has about 127,000 - 130,000 miles on it now. Not quite as significant as your's, but way higher than most people can believe. I make it through my hour-long commute to/from work with a stereo with a Bluetooth speaker phone (for unexpectedly receiving calls -- I try to avoid making calls while driving) and AUX input abilities. I've been using an iPod since the first, Mac-only, $400 model. Podcasts and Creative Commons music are so very useful.