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June 29, 2002

Tunnel Mountain

We went for a walk up this (well I believe it was - it might have been a pathetic little hillock that's near it) yesterday as a way of digesting some of the information we'd had at the keynote speeches, and to chat to other members of the group without having to hang around awkwardly in a 'generic room'. About an hour and a half all in all.

Tunnel Mountain doesn't actually *have* a tunnel. It was planned, but then they decided to divert the railroad round it instead. There was some implication this was a turn-of-the-century scam. :-) Anyway, the name stuck. The local name for it is 'Sleeping Buffalo', because that's what they think it looks like.

Spent a long time talking to a lovely lady called Meg. Having now read her biog I've discovered that she's *this* Meg who's part of the team that created blogger. Nuff respeck!

Posted by Tom Dolan at June 29, 2002 02:18 PM


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