This year’s route for the Walk for Food Allergy was a lot longer than last year’s, when we walked out along a jetty and back. That was a comfortable 1½ round trip surrounded by ocean. This was 1½ miles each wayon a path along the beach, surrounded by reflective white sand, in the hot sun, with no shade. (Hey, at least it wasn’t last weekend, when it hit 99°F.) In fact, since the signs ran out…
Hundreds of people walking in Long Beach to raise funds for @foodallergy research and awareness. Filter and processing chosen by the kiddo.
Crimson Saucers in the Sky on Flickr.
Flashback of the day: lenticular clouds lit up red by the sunset.
As I moved our iTunes library last week, I worried that the new system might not be able to sync with the old iPod, but relaxed when I saw that Apple still sold the click-wheel iPod Classic. They discontinued it a few days later, but fortunately we were able to sync the old devices.
Why do I prefer the older iPods with physical buttons and tiny screens?
Because I listen to music in the car, and a…