January 29, 2006

Superbowl Sunday

I always like Superbowl Sunday. Because it comes at the end of January, it is a prime time for winter birding and since most people are home watching the tube, the day has less people out and about. So despite the overcast day, it is time to go find some birds. I'm bound to Santa Cruz and the coast where I'll meet up with my birding partner and we'll spend the day scanning the sky, sea and sand and breathing some remarkably refreshing air.

Later I'll stop for coffee at the Santa Cruz Coffee Roasting company, to pick up my favorite Sweet Italian roast. Speaking of coffee, you should check out Dave's latest blogging venture: Smelling the Coffee. Drop by and give him some tips about where you should go for good coffee and in what type of coffee house you are likely to be found.

Hope you all enjoy your Superbowl Sunday as well.

Update: my friend tells me that this year Superbowl Sunday is next week. Oops.

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Posted by: Angela at January 29, 2006 09:52 AM

It's not quite as politically correct, but I normally use the day for a round golf. Except for the occassional cacaphonous roar near the clubhouse it's the best Sunday of the year for a quiet round at your own pace.

This year our hometown SeaHawks are in the game so I'll be watching. I'm not interested in the day off - what we really need is a day off in August not one in the middle of Seattle's rainy season (Oct - April) :)

Posted by: Arie at January 29, 2006 03:35 PM

I have a home available for rent in the Detroit area for the Superbowl. It is in the Canton area, an upscale area in the suburbs of Detroit. If you want to rent my house call me at 248-514-8678. My name is Chris. House is new with 4 bedrooms, 2500 square feet.

Posted by: Christopher Dixon at January 29, 2006 04:49 PM

Oops, indeed :-)

But, the bright side is that you have next weekend to go birding again with even fewer Homo sapiens mulling around than last weekend.

Posted by: darryl at January 30, 2006 02:05 PM