Re-quote from The FCPA Blog: A Labor of Love:
"It sounded like a warning when the general counsel said it: 'If you're
always working long hours and at weird times, there's something
wrong with the job or with you. Either way, I'll fix it.'"
Yesterday I went to Squak State Park off May Valley Road. This is another approach towards Central Peak which I did a few weeks ago.
Loose roosters at state parks definitely bum me out. This is a more rural area, so it is possible he is close to home, but I worry that a lot of them are dumped. If you live in the urban limits there is something like a 3 chicken limit, no roosters. As I understand it, you can't generally tell when they are babies who is the rooster and who isn't.
When I got back from hiking, 3 girls exercising very calming patience were working on catching him. I had full faith in their abilities. I wished them good luck. This was unfortunately before I got the full story that although they had horses, mom didn't really want a rooster. I think their mom shot mental darts at me.
Our route was from the May Valley trail head was far prettier than the Issaquah city side in my opinion. But once you started to cross the Bullitt Gorge boundary it reminded me a lot of the other approach - somewhat overgrown and ugly. Central Peak isn't THAT exciting, I was hungry, and I was having more fun in the lower loop.
Have a relaxing Monday! I hope most of you can avoid long hours. Today I am planning on baking
and reading mostly. We will see. First I have to go to the store...