Saturday, 22nd of January, 2000
Friday, 21st of January, 2000
I'm borrowing a Sony Mavica from the school for the weekend. This is awesome. There are so many pics, I won't bother spending much time making them look really pretty, they look highly realistic as is. Forget thumbnails and stuff for now. Just the stuff. I took the camera around with me for the day, and here's been my day from when school ended:
Picture - 15:20 - I set out from school and head north on Warson Road. I gotta go to one of our houses to pick up a screwdriver.
Picture - I head west on Missouri Highway 340, or Olive Boulevard.
Picture - I hit a traffic light. Fun.
Picture - Here's a random suburban house.
Picture - Here's another suburban house.
Picture - Here's our house that we are remodeling.
Picture - On the way out of that subdivision, I spot a nice Impala SS.
Picture - Here's the Walgreens right outside the subdivision.
Picture - I head back east on MO340, and head south on US67, or Lindbergh Blvd. I'm heading up the onramp as it ends and I merge.
Picture - U-turn ramp. Traffic kinda heavy too, it IS Friday afternoon.
Picture - I head on Interstate 64 / US Highway 40 east. Time to drive to work.
Picture - Busted.
Picture - Traffic starting to pick up near I170 intersection. Owell, it's not bad for Friday I guess. Just an occasional stop.
Picture - Tall van in the way, or I had a nice shot of traffic. Owell, you get the point of traffic.
Picture - Still heading eastbound on Interstate 64. Still some traffic, but at least moving.
Picture - Now we are just past Hampton Avenue exit, and you can see the Science Centre in the distance... the thing with the dome.
Picture - Wow. This turned out nice. Here's where the highway splits to eastbound under and westbound over the eastbound lanes before the Grand Avenue exit. You've got a red Corvette there too. Nice urban highway example.
Picture - Battery running low. Owell, still can get pictures, almost at work now. Still under the westbound lanes, and to the left, you see the mile marking, mile 37. It's a blue sign. Notice how close that warehouse to the left is to the highway. There was no room to expand this highway whatsoever, that's why they went above.
Picture - 16:00 - Got to work. Here's the office complex.
Picture - 19:15 - I drive home from work down US64 east. Wow, camera works well at night going 60 mph too.
Picture - I continue by drive as I approach the Clayton Road exit. You can see the world's largest Amoco sign in the distance. Ok, it might not be, but still a darn big sign.
Picture - I drive by a nice bank office building in Brentwood at the intersection of I64 and I170. I head north on I170.
Picture - Wow, that turned out nicely. Considering this is out sideways and I was moving 65 mph. This is the Schnucks on I170 and Ladue.
Picture - I turn into my subdivision. This is Alice Place. Ok, not much to see here except a stop sign. Too dark.
Picture - I turn into Olivette Lane. There's that hug pothole among a bunch of others on this lane. That thing can be dangerous too.
Thursday, 20th of January, 2000
Wednesday, 19th of January, 2000
Tuesday, 18th of January, 2000
Monday, 17th of January, 2000
Sunday, 16th of January, 2000