June 28, 2007

Victrola Coffee

Another coffeeshop I've been wanting to hit up for a while has been Victrola. I'd heard of Victrola from some latte art exposure four or so years back. Today I experienced their cafe and coffee, which was excellent. Stacks of laptops were to been seen, but I think I was the only person actually reading a real book: Richard Swinburne's Coherence of Theism.

June 27, 2007

Caffe Umbria

My roommate Matt is a coffee fiend/lover. Having been trained under the auspices of the once famous Crooked House, Matt developed a fine sense for espresso. He has since moved to Seattle, and been canvasing the city for years. His favorite coffee shop is Caffe Umbria. And this morning I spent some time at Caffe Umbria enjoying their coffee and the bustle of downtown Seattle; Pioneer Square style. Wonderful coffee, and wonderful ambiance to be had there. Have a look at someone's flickr photos documenting Caffe Umbria.

June 12, 2007

Twilight Princess

Enjoying the benefits of free time, I've had a chance to finally finish the Twilight Princess video game that I've had for my Nintendo Wii for the last six months. This game is a good showcase of the fun that Nintendo can produce with their wiimote and nunchuk duo. Definately a great game worthy of the Legend of Zelda line.


My Lasik recovery has been a good experience, and I have landed in Seattle, ready to spend some quality time experiencing the rain forests for the Northwest. Yesterday, I spent half the day at Lake Cle Elum with Melissa, and afterwards headed back towards Seattle, stopping at Olallie State Park to observe some greenery, waterfalls, and people rock climbing. It rains alot at Olallie, so everything is super green and saturated (including some of the climbers).

June 8, 2007

Public Service Announcement: Homeschooling

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