It’s 70 degrees.
For Hanukkah, my wife bought me a bow. We’ve been doing archery with the SCA, and I wanted a take-down bow because it’s ‘close’ to the old classic style, but still something I can draw easily enough.
Since it’s my first bow since the crappy compound one my dad got me a million years ago, I spent some time practicing putting it together and taking it apart. I can do it all now, except shoot ‘great.’
Not pictured are the tiny WordPress stickers on each limb that make sure I don’t confuse my bow limbs with anyone else’s. If the weather keeps up, Sunday you’ll see photos of me using it!
After Fremont Street, we went to the Bellagio.
Yes, I know it’s pretty much a mess of pictures people have done a million times before. I liked it.
At WordCamp Las Vegas, I went for a VERY educational walk around Vegas with Michelle from Mark Time Media, where we talked all about design and UX in relation to Las Vegas.
The Elf at WordCamp Las Vegas, talking about curating and managing your community. And doing the glad hand.