Applied Empirical Naturalism on a Microbiological Scale
Into the Outdoors with Dog and Camera
I’m beginning to wonder if I shouldn’t just give in and write a program to auto-generate and post complaints about not having enough time to get anything fun done for me, since I don’t seem to have enough time to do it myself. Unfortunately, I don’t have time to write such a program…
I did manage to at least get out to spend some time exploring wooded sections of The Big Room with my pathfinder dog last weekend though. I’ll have to map it out when I get a chance, but in the meantime I’ve been posting pictures to the piwigo page I set up on my server here.
The Author is (currently) an autodidactic student of Industrial and Environmental microbiology, who is sick of people assuming all microbiology should be medical in nature, and who would really like to be allowed to go to graduate school one of these days now that he's finished his BS in Microbiology (with a bonus AS in Chemistry).
He also enjoys exploring the Big Room (the one with the really high blue ceiling and big light that tracks from one side to the other every day) and looking at its contents from unusual mental angles.
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3 thoughts on “Into the Outdoors with Dog and Camera”
I enjoyed the pictures and I’d bet that both you and the dog enjoyed the walk.
Cornelia is our four-footed exercise machine – she very much enjoys walks.
I still think we need to build a small cart for her to pull.
buy some roller skates. then send me pictures!