A Review
Published Friday July 28th, 2006

I suppose I’ll do an entry from a computer. That way I can post even more photos. Tra la la! Photos of people! Woah! Indeed. Andrea had my grandmas old digital camera with her when we went up into the Alps yesterday (Thursday). We went up into the Bernese highlands up to Grindelwald from where we took a gondola up to First (read: Firscht). When we got to the gondola end-station we ate lunch and then walked about 50 minutes back to a lake called Alpbuchtsee or something. I don’t really remember what it was called. .. But we went to it.. and it was amazing, of course.. We were high in the Alps, how could it not have been? Exactly, there’s no way.

Here’s me posing for Andrea right after we ate lunch (you can tell because of my pop-belly; its rather visible right after I eat or drink a lot.) This is a failry decent photo of me.. considering others of me.. I rather like it.
Andrea insisted on taking pictures with both of us in it while holding the camera at arms length. I’m never really sure what sort of face to make, so something goofy is preferred.
I’m making a weblog posting from my phone, and Andrea is constantly taking pictures.. while we’re going up the mountain in a gondola.. Tra la la!

More pictures taken by Andrea.

Tomorrow is the wedding of my cousin Deborah (mom’s side of the family) and her fiancé Andreas. I’ve known them both for many many years now. I’m the unofficial photographer for the day following the wedding in the church through the evening.. Scary because I have just about no competence in people photography. Oh well.. Or something? It’s also the first wedding I’ll ever have gone too, so I really don’t know what to expect. It will definitely be interesting.

This evening Daniela! And my parents arrived. Now my entire immediate family is here. We don’t really have any plans besides the wedding tomorrow.. What will we do? Beats me..

I took quite a few photographs while Andrea and I were up on First. I have yet to edit any of them, so I’ve got at least something I could do. Well.. Seeing as I don’t have anything else to say, I conclude this entry.

Thanks Chris for this:

The Rapture AKA Who'll drive the Bus?

Argh! No milk! Fuck!
Posted by The fatty @ 23:11, July 28, 2006
hahahaha, no milk? hahahaha, sucks for you. i watered your plants today. they were so happy they danced.

Posted by chris @ 02:02, July 29, 2006
Good luck not fcking up the wedding. These are memories to last a lifetime, and blurred photos of Uncle Bill hitting on Aunt Sally aren't going to make the cut for the Chapel Registry. That said, it might be easy to find lots of happy moments.

Posted by xiphias @ 20:44, July 29, 2006
I happened to start the song "More than this" as sung by Bill Murray in the movie Lost in Translation in flipped back to this window to start the video, not realizing the music would magically line up or that the end of Are You Ready? in the video starts in with Bill Murray singing. All in all, a random cool thing happened, but an otherwise unimportant cool thing. In any case, have fun in Europe!