"Bunny Hopping" is exactly what I would have done on the moon.
Okay, we all know this is the 40th anniversary of the moon landing. I remember watching it and how deeply it impressed me. It was a huge milestone in human history.
By that time I was already heavily into science fiction reading, working my way through Asimov, Heinlein and Bradbury.
Yet, I must give it a light treatment. We'll be seeing it over and over today, everywhere we look. So here... have a laugh or two in the sober moment on me.
What would you do on the moon?
Here are some other possible suggestions:
(I doubt that I would have had the nerve for this one.)
This was filmed in December 1972.
(Now this is an activity I can g et into without trying.)
Say hello to Lorn, my new "used son".
Yes, we did manage to get lost again trying to fetch him. Sigh.
We were within blocks of him and circling around and around but just not hitting it. Geez...
But we laughed a lot in the process and that's no t such a bad thing.
The guys decided that they wanted take and bake pizza.
But here is my fish connection, the wonderful Sman and 6 pounds of steelhead fillets.
At $8.99 a pound at Safeway, I'm feeling lucky.
Here's a great little song from the True Blood series on HBO that I've been mooning over...
Very catchy... enjoy!
And for you Miss Bear... who has been lurking... I love you all the way to the moon and back!
To the rest of you... enjoy your moon walk a nniversary. Celebrate with a moon pie but stay away from Moonies!