Friday, July 28, 2006

Audioblogging at the end of the honeymoon

At the end of this post is my first Audioblogger recording, from the shore at the Cape Disappointment National Park. I wanted to see if I could get my beat-up Nokia 6010's mic to pick up the surf for you, my beloved audience. Let me know if it sounds like much of anything...

Kirsten and I had a wonderful honeymoon in Seaview, WA this past week. We stayed at a little cottage and spent the week sunbathing, recovering from sunburns, keeping the mobile phones off most of the time, relaxing, etc. This Monday we'll both get back to the daily grind of our respective non-profits.

We will soon post more wedding pictures on my Flickr page, with a corresponding link from our wedding Web site. On the wedding tip, I must thank everyone who offered me cool suggestions! I tend to worry too much about how things might turn out, and planning the wedding reception's background music was an example of this. The music seemed to go over well, when it wasn't totally drowned out by conversation, which was most of the time. ;)


this is an audio post - click to play

3 comments:

stephanie kays said...

You mean Jason Harris-Talley, signing off, right? Just kidding. The surf was loud and clear; sounds beautiful out there - nice and quiet. Can't wait to hear more about your honeymoon. Oh, and we just got a cd in the mail from your dad and Lois with photos from the wedding weekend, it's so nice to relive it all in pictures!

Dwelf the senior raincoat said...

Honeysuckle cottage, I love it.
Drfooms aka dwelf

Jason said...

Alas, Audioblogger, who hosted my phone recording, has gone out of business & now the file has gone missing...this will teach me to back-up anything I blog to some other drive first...