First Blush

Reflections and sightings from [almost] daily jogging at dawn

Monday, March 24, 2008

Sunrise 7:06: Prowling for Bigges


Some years ago, the Dawn Joggers had spent months being amused by the Bigge crane that was being used to construct the senior residences on Sand Hill. They'd talk about it's latest position and what it would be doing that day. They had then traveled to the city of Shanghai where they'd use their walks to count the hundreds of Bigge (or other company) cranes. Yesterday, when they were at Lake Lagunita, the male DJ wanted to know why he hadn't heard about the two enormous Bigges towering over the Stanford campus that could be seen from the lake bank. The female DJ realized that they were much more visible in the afternoon than in the early morning, although she think she'd seen them. This morning she took off to find out just what they were building - new graduate student housing right in the middle of the campus. She managed to get the moon shot she'd hoped for on Friday, too. Ok, so it doesn't take much to amuse the DJs...

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