I'm fond of reading, cooking, and swimming. And I have
started enjoying hiking, a lot. I'm very open to recommendations of
good hikes around Atlanta, or sci-fi and fantasy books.
Beatles radio from shoutcast.
Currently reading: Timescape
Previous (since 2010):
- The Tipping Point
- The Name of the Wind
- Pattern Recognition
- The Golden Gate
- Ender's Game
- Stranger in a Strange Land
- The Moon is a Harsh Mistress
- The Dispossessed
- A Short History of Nearly Everything
- Kafka on the
- A Deepness in
- The Kite Runner
- American Gods
- Mahabharat (C.
- How to Win
Friends and Influence People
- The Earthsea
Series (A Wizard of Earthsea, The Tombs of Atuan, The Farthest Shore,
Marc Raibert on Good Writing
Most of the hikes (not close to Atlanta) that I have done since the
summer of 2008, and would love to do again.
Mount Si (close to Seattle) [March 2012]
Wank Mountain in Bavarian pre-Alps (close to Munich). [July 2011]
Sigiriya, Sri Lanka. [Dec 2010]
Close to the Fushimi Inari shrine in Kyoto. [Sept 2010]
Exit Glacier in Seward, Alaska. [May 2010]
Another beautiful hike in Seward, Alaska. [May 2010]
Yosemite, California. (I need to go back at least once for the half
dome hike). [May 2009]
First time geocaching. Portola Redwoods, California.
Thanks Matt and Alex! [August 2008]
California. [July 2008]
Hiking Around Atlanta
Unicoi State Park, especially the Smith Creek Trail
to Anna Ruby falls.
Red Top Mountain
Bear Creek Trail. This is different from the Bear Creek Loop Trail.
Palisades loop hike