March 06, 2007
- The Berkeley hills go a really long way up.
- Too far up, in fact.
- I went to see the house I mentioned previously and it is far as fuck.
- I'm never describing Kingman as "at the top of a big damn hill" again.
- It is apparently at the bottom of a big damn hill which contains, between here and the top, a lot of windy roads, a lot of dark, and, I'm convinced, goblins.
- So I don't think I'll be doing that.
- It is very nice, though, once you arrive and get your breath back.
- But seriously?
- No damn way.
Man, I am going to sleep like a baby tonight after that hike. Good thing I've got this namby-pamby sissy house at the bottom of the hill to sleep in. Stick to the flatlands, flatlander.
Posted by dianna at March 6, 2007 09:54 PM
This might help with #5: http://tinyurl.com/2xwuvp
Will that help with the 8-foot predatory spiders, though?
You're like a little 2-dimensional person given a brief transcendant glimpse of what the world would look like with "vertical" added to it. But since you're a 2-dimensional person you can't move vertically, you can only very slowly and flatly make your way up the side. Don't live in the scary goblin house at the top of the vertical, dude. Who knows what the hell else lives in those dimensions? Terrifying weiner dogs 80 feet tall?