This week I’ve been in Poland – for the first half of the week I spoke at SQLDay in Wrocław, and now I’m doing some tooling around the country. This was some fantastic isolated rain we saw on the drive from Warsaw to Wrocław:
So these jerks over at “New Ventures Corp” scooped up my domain (aaronbertrand.com), are squatting on it, and won’t entertain offers < $500 USD. So, they can keep it.
I thought that all of my content was gone, but then I realized that all they did was take over the domain name and DNS; my content still exists. I recovered a ton of great pictures (over 800 I think) and am posting this here for now. I'll revisit and make this post feature a less intensive slide show, the way it worked on my old site.
This weekend we had our first full-family road trip since Nora was born. The occasion? Our annual curling pilgrimage. What a blast! While I finished second for at least the 5th year in a row (and I still don’t have my name on our coveted trophy), I had a fantastic time with a bunch of great friends and family, and I feel like the overall quality of the curling has skyrocketed too. The curling club loves having us take over their joint for the day, and has already asked us for next year’s date so they can book us in before anyone else.
Anyway, here are a few shots from the event:
(That says “Second Place Trophy” – nice Dan!)
Thank you North Bay, by the way, for the balmy weather to send us off (that’s °F, not °C):