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Grotto Falls is a surprising little gem along the Nebo Loop road in Payson Canyon. I had never heard of it before, and simply took the short trail on a whim one day. It's quite popular with the locals, and this panorama shows a shallow dam made by some previous visitors.
You should actually do this every year.. Even more often if you spend a lot of time on the computer. I was shocked to see how well this works, and how far off mine was! To re-calibrate your mouse...
1. A man walks into a bar and asks for a drink of water. The bartender gives the man a drink of water, but the man says the water is no good.
Falling Sand Game: Pyro Edition Introduction This is yet another version of the famed and highly addictive falling sand game which is believed to be of Japanese origin. The game appears on several websites throughout the net in multiple variations such as the Hell of Sand Game. This version was developed in late May of 2006. Technical Discourse
[POWDER] : Standard powder. [WATER] : Water splash. [FIRE] : Fire spark. [SEED] : Cast seeds to grow trees. [G-POWDER] : Gunpowder. Explosive, keep fire away!
Have you ever obliterated a village, close relatives, or Siberia? Do you abhor human contact? Do you have a thing for electric light and poetry?
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1. Choose a sound In order for nature sounds to start playing choose a sound from drop-down box for one channel and drag the volume slider up. 2.
Project: Reverse Archeology As suggested in the project Sand Castles, this piece generates buildings from sand poured from the mouse Blog entry / comments The corresponding blog entry for information and discussion of this piece is on brown-and-son.com here Instruction To start, pass the mouse over the landscape rapidly.
After much deliberation… goodbye. Sort of. For now. I've neglected this site for a good couple of years, and let's face it, the months leading up to that point weren't exactly stellar either. It started out as a desperate attempt to hang onto the whole d20 System malarkey, and later on it collapsed into utter irrelevance. I missed pretty much every deadline I set myself for the RPG I was working on, never got round to fixing that elven name generator, and ultimately I just lost interest in the whole venture.