Monthly Archives for July 2009
Two years ago I lamented that no one made single-serve salsa cups. Just a quick thought/question: Why don't they make single-serve salsa cups? We've got single applesauce, ranch dressing cups, pudding cups, and even Tostitos Nacho Cheese cup singles. Why … Continue reading
A lot of very nice people have been asking, "How goes the search?" so I thought I would give a quick little update. So far, so good. No big announcements to make just yet. I've got a lot of irons … Continue reading
I'm about 75% finished in uploading video, pictures, and stories from our African Safari. Check 'em out online in one convenient spot! OUR AFRICAN SAFARI
I don't think I'll be taking interview tips from Dupree…. Personnel Manager: "So, why don't you describe yourself, Mr. Dupree." Dupree: "I'm a people person. Very personable. I absolutely insist on enjoying life. Um, not so task-oriented. I'm not a … Continue reading
So you have an iPhone and know how to sync your music and movies via iTunes, but is it possible to connect your iPhone to two computers to sync music and movies? For example, can I sync music on my … Continue reading
Photos taken in the Maasai Mara. See all of our African Safari pictures and videos online!
Day 15 – Our last day in Africa, from outside Nairobi, Kenya.
After two of the greatest weeks of my life, we begin the long, long journey home.We have 24 hours of flights ahead of us and many, many amazing stories to tell.Live and online from Ngong House, Nairobi, Kenya.
Day 14 – From the "Swimming Rocks" in a dry area of the Sand River in the Maasai Mara.
Without question, the migration of nearly two million wildebeest from the southern Serengeti of Tanzania to the Maasai Mara in Kenya is – without question – one of the most incredible natural events I've ever witnessed in my life. We … Continue reading