Supercross, Zoo, Laser Tag & Star Wars

Well, we have been married for 17 years as of the 17th. We took a trip to San Diego and spent some time with Jim.

We went to Supercross at Qualcomm Saturday night. Boy has Supercross changed since the days of old. It’s like a rock concert with pyro and laser lights now. The night started with rider intros and James “Bubba” Stewart did a face plant while doing a nose wheelie during his intro. Later in the main event, he took the lead, but on the 8th lap came up short over the finish line jump (View 4 images¬†leading up to crash)¬†and crashed hard, bending his handle bars. He managed to finish in 5th even after crashing and being passed by several racers. Fun night overall.

The next day we went to the San Diego Zoo and took the guided tour as that place is way to huge to walk in a day. That night, we went to Ultrazone for some Laser Tag. The first game, Renee and I joined Jesse for the fun. With 33 people running around it was quite a bit to keep track of. Jesse went again after that with only 17 people and had a much better time.

Sunday we left San Diego and headed to the California Science Center in Los Angeles to see the Star Wars Science Exhibit. It was pretty neat to see the minatures from the movies along with costumes from the characters.

All in all, it was a pretty busy weekend. Its always nice to return home to sleep in our own beds.

Warning!!! Chargers rant ahead!

OK. I know I was disappointed in our early exit from the playoffs, but now we are without a coach after all other vacancies have been filled. I was never a fan of Marty as he was a Chiefs coach for so many years, but to be fired after all the other coaching vacancies are filled sure seems cold-blooded. Oh well. Guess being a fan of the San Diego Chargers means having to scratch your head a lot. Maybe that’s why I am bald. It’s from scaratching my head at my favorite team. Rant over. I return you to your reqularly scheduled program.

Zelda Twilight Princess

Ok. This isn’t really an update or news, it’s more of me trying to find something to post about. Funny thing about starting a blog is that I feel obligated now to post at least once a week. Not much going on at the Zeliff pad. It’s been warm out lately and even went for a walk today at lunch. Kind of weird seeing the elementary school I attended from where I work. I have been all over the US and across the pond, yet I work within a half-mile of where I learned my ABC’s and 123’s. What does all of that have to do with the new Zelda game? Nothing. I have been playing it as time permits and I highly recommend it to any Gamecube owners. Probably the last good game to come out for that console.