When chocolate’s on offer, of course, I’ll run. And that’s how I registered for the Hot Chocolate 5K. On the morning of January 13, the “Hot” referred to the weather since it was 60F early in the morning. It was slow going to get to the race area due to traffic. About 18,000 people were… Continue reading Hot Chocolate 5K
MLK Historic Site
Recently, my daughter suggested we visit Martin Luther King Jr Historic Site. Here are a few pictures from our visit.
Hot, Hotter, Hottest
New Neighborhood, New Census
Eight years ago, I wrote about the census statistics for my neighborhood. In that time, I have moved around a bit, though I am back in metro Atlanta now. And there’s a new census out. So let’s look at the 2010 census data for my neighborhood/block. Only 2.7% of housing units in my block are… Continue reading New Neighborhood, New Census
I have been neglecting the blog again. On Sunday night and Monday, we got about 5 inches of snow here in Atlanta. That’s more than I have seen here in my 13 years. Then the temperature stayed below freezing until today. So it turned to ice. The roads here have been treacherous all week and… Continue reading Snowpocalypse
Election Day 2009
Election Day is Tuesday (I support Why Tuesday? in changing it to a weekend or a holiday), November 3. Since this is an off year, there aren’t any big contests. Here in the city of Milton in North Fulton county, we have some city council elections. The current mayor, Joe Lockwood, is running unopposed. So… Continue reading Election Day 2009
Some photographs from Christmas lights and events around Georgia.
Georgia Election Analysis III
Today I dig deeper into the Presidential election results in Fulton county and specifically the precincts in Alpharetta, Milton and South Atlanta where our team of Obama volunteered worked.
Lake Lanier Islands Lights
As is usual, I am finally posting some photographs from the Christmas holidays now.
We visited the Atlanta Zoo recently. Here are some photographs from that visit.