Last summer on the way Gamescom in Germany I had a brief stop-over in London to visit a few game developers. As always, it was a whirlwind trip. I was, however, able to sneak in an afternoon of sightseeing in the Cotwolds, which included the Rollright Stones, Warwick Castle and many a fine pub. Continue reading
My second installment in an occasional series of macro photography of food in the making. The first, Macrotastic Lemon Bars, featured my wife making delicious lemon bars with fresh-picked Meyer lemons. This set shows her making a peach-blueberry cobbler, also using fresh picked fruit. The recipe is my mother’s original.
Pardon me, waiter, but there’s a spider in my pear!
The beginning of this set has a few photos of me and Emma headed to the Brownies Hawaiian Dance at the end of February. She was so excited to be getting fancy and dancing with Daddy. I know this won’t last much longer, so I was glad to go. (In fact, it didn’t even last until the dance. Once we arrived she had no interest in hanging out with Daddy.)
GameSpy took a trip down to Doheny State Beach for an office outing at the end of July. In addition to a cookout and some play at the beach there was a “Fear Factor” style eating contest. Continue reading
Continuing what appears to be a Northcutt family trend, Cora Belle Northcutt arrived this morning at 10:50 AM, four weeks early but healthy and happy. Continue reading
The GameSpy Tech team took a little team-building trip to Catalina Island. We departed from Newport Beach and spent the day living the lazy island life. Continue reading
We had a nice, wet January and February and the spring was gorgeous. Lush green on all of the hills and flowers popping out all over. We went on a bike ride across the street in O’Neill Park just as the wildflowers were nearing their peak bloom. Continue reading
As if my surprise appearance weren’t enough, Dad arranged a surprise birthday lunch for my mother at the Wolf Mountain Vineyards. After an afternoon nap it was back to the farm to visit with the bison. They were a bit more frisky this time, thundering down the hill for food. Continue reading