We woke up to a winter wonderland.
The dog was happy.
The cats not so much.
An afternoon run to make snow pictures.
Chuck kicks Glenda out of the photo department for good. (Congrats on your retirement!)
25 years ago, on a day with a lot more snow, we said “I do”
Lots of hugs as Glenda says good bye to RCC after 29 years.
Home again and unloaded. That is a lot of gear to present the Southern Short Course. Enough here for judging two contests at once, registering attendees, mix three audio sources during speaker presentations, print and make contest awards and back ups for all of the above.
Sol Neelman wore a Mexican wrestling mask his whole presentation during the Southern Short Course, and it didn’t even feel odd….. great speakers and day.
The Southern Short Course has started! Contest judging all day, speakers on Saturday!
Someone offered the judges a beer in their caption during the Feature Single category.
Midnight, uptown Charlotte. It seems on a day where I had a plumber visit to fix a sump pump, Sam and I set up a whole audio set-up to test at school, drove to Charlotte, got kicked out of a hotel room for being too loud with a dozen drinking photographers, I would have done better than this for a POD. Nope, I didn’t. The Southern Short Course has started!
Another weather day and 30 minutes of snow. It was a band of thunder snow that dropped 1/4-1/2 inch and was gone!
Spitz is not happy this morning. 1/2 a inch of ice pellets. Better than sleet since it didn’t coat the trees, but not as pretty.
The dog is happy. Click to watch the video.