EppsNet Archive: Photos

Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada

28 Jul 2015 /

Lake Louise


Still Life with Pug

29 Jun 2015 /

still-life-with-pug

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Berkeley Commencement 2015 (Photos)

22 May 2015 /

Pug Photo on Flickr

22 May 2015 /

enjoy a sun bathing after shower

Photo by laputa


Goodbye Berkeley

20 May 2015 /

Oh to be young and strong and accomplish a longtime goal! Goodbye Berkeley, it’s been a great four years …

graduation: casey and andrew


Shattuck and Durant, Outside Pegasus Books

15 May 2015 /

Shattuck and Durant


Pre-Graduation Photos

11 May 2015 /

The Graduate

Graduates


Flower Fields

10 May 2015 /

Flower Fields

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Yes, I’m Ready for the Big Game!

1 Feb 2015 /

People keep asking me, “Lightning, are you ready for the Big Game?” OF COURSE I’M READY FOR THE BIG GAME! Look at me … how could I be any more ready than I already am?!

P.S. Wake me up if there are any pug commercials this year.

— Lightning paw

Lightning 2015-02-01


California Sky

23 Jan 2015 /

California sky


Le RĂªve

17 Jan 2015 /

Le Reve


Lasts

14 Jan 2015 /

End-of-winter-break dinner at BJ’s Brewhouse, after which the boy headed back to school for his final semester . . .

BJ's Brewhouse


Merry Christmas

25 Dec 2014 /

From Downtown Disney:

Downtown Disney

Downtown Disney


The Lowlight of My Weekend

14 Oct 2014 /
Robert Hass

Robert Hass

I had lunch over the weekend with Robert Hass — Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, UC Berkeley professor and former Poet Laureate of the United States. When I say I had lunch with him, I mean he was one of five people seated at our table.

I asked to take a photo with him, which he graciously consented to. I don’t have any photos of myself with Pulitzer Prize winners and still don’t because the photo didn’t come out at all. I completely botched it somehow.

So that was probably the lowlight of my weekend, except for Cal getting blown out by Washington on the gridiron 31-7, while four Husky fans sat directly behind us screaming the whole game.

Football at Cal unfortunately is like academics at Washington: not terribly distinguished.


A Glimpse of Antiquity

10 Sep 2014 /
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Yes, those are World Books and Reader’s Digest Condensed Books. No, this is not an archaeological dig. It’s a furniture store we visited over the weekend.

When I was growing up, our family, like many American families at that time, had a set of World Book encyclopedias, so I knew they existed but I haven’t actually seen one in decades.

Reader’s Digest Condensed Books are a relic from a time when many Americans still liked to think of themselves as the kind of people who read books but didn’t want to actually read a whole, entire book. Reader’s Digest stripped out all the boring passages about clouds and such that people don’t read and compressed four or five books into the size of one.

Today, of course, no one reads books at all, with or without the cloud passages, so Reader’s Digest Condensed Books have joined World Book encyclopedias in the dustbin of history.


Last Night at the Beppo

17 Aug 2014 /

The Buca di Beppo restaurant in Irvine is closing tomorrow. We stopped in this evening for a final meal. It was a sad occasion. Buca has been one of our culinary mainstays for over a decade. Here we are laughing to keep from crying:

Last night at the Beppo

We had antipasto salad and baked ziti, a very close call over the spicy chicken rigatoni.

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Team Foosball

1 Jul 2014 /

Team Foosball


Descending Kroeber Hall

27 Jun 2014 /


Pug Photos on Flickr

12 Jun 2014 /


Oceanside, CA

30 May 2014 /


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