Summer in Headville p.6

Colin Tedford

Summer in Headville p.6

2013-06-11 | 3 Comments
Oh, Blog!

I’m about 1/4 done copying my comic images from the obsolete version of the Webcomic plugin that I run to regular ol’ blog posts. Looking forward to finishing this dull task so I can install a new theme that works better on small screens.

2014-09-02 | No Comments

Email should let me hide the “Subject” field when I write and just have it copy the first sentence.

2014-08-27 | No Comments

Visit me at Southern VT Garlic and Herb Festival this weekend

My pal Madsahara & I will hawk our garlic-themed (& other) comics & art at the Trees & Hills booth this weekend at the 19th annual Southern Vermont Garlic and Herb Festival in Bennington, VT. I’ll of course have “Super Friendly Garlic” (in Square Dance #4), Pickle Vampire magnets, and “Midnight Snack” (in Square Dance #6 and Trick or Treat Comics #2)

Vampire Pickle magnet

August 30 & 31, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Camelot Village, 1545 Route 9, Bennington, VT

Admission is $5 per day or $8 for a two-day pass. Children 12 & under get in for $1.00.

2014-08-25 | No Comments

Long-haired cat lying in a corner with its back at an apparent right angle


2014-07-25 | No Comments

Ominous storm clouds filling the sky

Ominous clouds signalled an ill-timed excursion for errands and exercise yesterday. Luckily the heavy rain that followed let up long enough for me to to still take an evening walk.

2014-07-24 | No Comments

Jury-rigged Tent

Front of the tent


I forgot to bring tent poles on a three day night camping trip last week; luckily my camping companions had more engineering acumen than I. After some futzing, they used too-short rain fly poles in place of the normal poles and some cord to suspend the back end of the tent from a tree trunk (we also put an odd short pole inside to prop the roof but I don’t know how much it helped). The resulting shelter looked weirder and had much less space than the normal dome shape, but it was enough to sleep in. Thank you Dan, Fardeen, Phayvanh, Randall, and Sarah for rigging it up!


2014-07-22 | No Comments

One of the most remarkable things to me about the music of the ’70s is the prevalence of the word “boogie” (e.g. “Blame it on the Boogie” by the Jacksons).

2014-06-25 | No Comments

Today I made basic navigation for the comics* in preparation for deactivating the Webcomic plugin, which is a step toward moving off of WordPress. They’re both lovely, but I want stop storing my stuff in a database and present as much of my site as possible as static HTML. I have a lot of backlogged and new plans for this site brewing; I also have some other obligations that take priority, but I’m giving myself permission to peck away at it a little.

*(which I should remove next time because it’s redundant right now)

2014-06-23 | No Comments

Downpower archives merged into the parent blog

Downpower was a secondary blog I maintained from late 2007 to mid 2008, a “journal chronicling the attempt” to “make my life better for the world”. The attempt and the blog were both underwhelming; the latter came to seven posts, which I’ve just realized are still online (I thought I’d taken the blog down). The WordPress installation is of course way out of date, which is a big no-no, so I’ve merged the posts and comments into my main blog, tagged them, and taken the standalone version off the Web. I hate linkrot, but I haven’t learned all the redirecting magic and I doubt it’ll affect anyone anyway, so as a stopgap here is a list of the posts and their old addresses:

  • Introduction (formerly at
  • STUFF (formerly at
  • Cutting Your Car Use (formerly at
  • In The Absence Of The Sacred (formerly at
  • Doing the Laundry (formerly at
  • Walden, and the dryer update (formerly at
  • Off To A Bad Start (formerly at
  • On Hiatus (formerly at

There were also two pages of links:

Local Links

(formerly at

General Links

(formerly at

And to round it all out, here’s a screenshot of how it looked:

The Downpower homepage

2014-06-21 | No Comments

“Getaway” by Earth, Wind & Fire

2014-06-20 | No Comments