Monthly Archives: October 2011

Unconventional mud, 2011-10-23

I went out mudding on Sunday, October 23. It was hard to get away. I’ve been working 7 days a week, lately. I actually had to slip out between tasks. I was lucky I could time my trip with low tide. The tide wasn’t really low, but it was low enough to expose some thick, … Continue reading »

Categories: Deep Mud Adventures, Inversion, Total immersion | 4 Comments

UMD.net Store

I am closing my clip store on UMD.net until we sort out a problem with the payment processor. I’m not sure if the problem will ever be resolved, so this may be a temporary, or a permanent closure. My stores on Clips4Sale are still open, and I believe Heather Blake’s store on the UMD will … Continue reading »

Categories: What about the Community? | 2 Comments

Video blog for October 9, 2011

Here is my video blog from my trip into the swamp on October 9, 2011. If the video isn’t embedded here, just follow this link to download the MP4 video file. Hopefully, you have Quicktime or another MPEG4/H.264 capable player. supported browsers include IE 9, Safari, FireFox 3.5+, Opera, and Chrome

Categories: Exploring | 2 Comments

Tides and Tarzan photos

Although it was only 45 degrees, with a cold, northerly wind this morning, I wrangled Heather into taking a trip with me, deep into the swamp. Recently, I’ve been frustrated with my success in predicting low tides. The wind has been blowing from the South and the tides have been higher than usual. A couple … Continue reading »

Categories: Exploring, Tarzan, Uncategorized | Leave a comment