Regular Webcam viewers might find it surprising that I don’t look at our Webcam page every day. I know, it would be such a quick addition to my daily duties, but honestly, I just forget (plus, I get an in-person view of the bay on my daily commute). My job involves so many things, all which I must fit into less than 40 hours per week, that my relatively low-priority Webcam duties often suffer as a result. For this I apologize, and remind our viewers that I really do count on you to know when the camera is down. Leave a comment on the latest blog post here, or send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With that out of the way… Yes, it appears the camera has been down for several days, leaving us, literally, in the dark.
Of course this coincides with an Arctic blast of cold weather (read today’s weather story for the sad details »), so I’m not very eager to climb up on the roof and reboot the camera. Here’s to hoping the camera comes back by itself, which it most often does. If it’s still down by the time temperatures climb back to human-friendly levels (early next week, I think), I’ll make the frosty climb to reboot the camera.
Thanks again for your patience.