Monday, January 05, 2009

I Don't Think It Had Any Alcohol In It

BESIDES WALKING a virtual tightrope or running a virtual half mile on my Wii Fit, I've spent all my days of January running around in South Carolina and Georgia, taking pictures with a new vintage Diana camera that LC was given for Christmas. It's all plastic and pink and has no electronics or focus or flash or anything not fitting in the category of pink plastic. But what's cool about the Diana camera is that it never does what you want it to - the pictures you think are going to be nice are horrible, and the throwaways are awesome. So we figured this would be a good time for a road trip.

WE ALSO did the Polar Bear Plunge on January 1st on Tybee Island, just outside of Savannah. It was a nice event. About 1,000 people meet at a beach at noon, and they drop trou, revealing nice bathing suits in wintertime, and an announcer counts down from ten and we all run hysterically into the ocean, flail around, run out, and laugh uncontrollably. Then we eat snow crab and track sand all over the sheets of the most expensive hotel room in the world.

AND FINALLY, we drove all the way to Charleston to take an oyster shot. It took me ten hours to throw up.

2 Comments:

Blogger The Modesto Kid said...

About 1,000 people meet at a beach at noon, and they drop trou

Sounds fun -- the NYC version of that's coming up on Saturday.

6/1/09 4:57 PM  
Blogger Stanley said...

Sounds like fun, but you left out the part where you didn't return my phone call. HARUMPH!

6/1/09 8:14 PM  

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