rock out to the apparatus
Ooh, I felt that one. Heard a car honk just after, wonder if it was related? The birds didn’t seem to be at all upset by it, though.
Friday Rock Blogging: Beach Balls on 28 Jun 2006 at 11:49 pm
[…] I apologize that this week’s rock blogging isn’t actually a rock, but in honor of finally being awake for an earthquake* I think it’s time to try my hand at something a little closer to home. But before delving into the world of inscrutable diagrams, here’s a completely gratuitous photo of the San Andreas fault on the Carrizo Plain. […]
I felt it too. Not very big here, though — it felt mostly like someone walking into the table and chair I was sitting at.
Posted 16 Jun 2005 at 5:00 pm ¶
Quake Blogging Roundup
In addition to the flurry of posting around our corner of the web, some other local bloggers jumped on it too. LA Voice has tons of details in one post they have been constantly updating, but shaking was also felt…
Posted 16 Jun 2005 at 5:13 pm ¶
Sigh. Sometimes it’s boring on a passive continental margin… No Earthquakes. Hurricanes, though! Woo!
Posted 17 Jun 2005 at 6:55 am ¶
Oh, the idea of a quake blogging round-up is teh cool!
Posted 17 Jun 2005 at 10:41 am ¶
green gabbro wrote:
[…] >I apologize that this week’s rock blogging isn’t actually a rock, but in honor of finally being awake for an earthquake* I think it’s time to try my hand at something a little closer to hom […]
Posted 17 Jun 2005 at 9:18 pm ¶
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