Monthly Archives: May 2007

Winding down for the summer

Since it looks like GoDaddy finally got around to fixing my web hosting, may as well make a blog post. Dunno how long it had been down, though has been at least 2-3 days. Helpfully my e-mail runs off a

Posted in alaska, general stuff

How many video game consoles can you squeeze into an igloo…?

A couple of months ago whilst continuing my quest to read the Internet at least once, I came across various forums and articles on ‘freebie’ sites. To be honest, it all sounded well dodgy – you complete a trial offer

Posted in gaming, internet

Playing on the ice

Although it was a little cooler this evening, down to around 40F, we headed out for a walk anyway. I’d taken the 4-wheeler up to the airport yesterday to pick up some groceries we’d ordered in, and all the ice

Posted in alaska

Nice surprise – new fridge-freezer

Just as I was leaving the house yesterday afternoon to go Nick help mount his projector for the interactive whiteboard (went well – we got the SmartBoard 680 running last weekend and then the mounting pole + bracket arrived yesterday),

Posted in alaska, general stuff

River breaking up

Hasn’t been a great deal going on over the last week or so except from encountering more problems and delays with the USCIS in Anchorage. Still waiting on re-scheduled biometrics, but I’m not bothered since I’ll be putting it back

Posted in alaska, photos + galleries

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Iain Foulds, 34 years old. Originally from England, now living in Seattle. I currently work as a Senior Content Developer for Microsoft writing about Azure VMs. Gamer. Very passionate about photography. Comments and opinions expressed here are my own. More...