Curve Ball (And Trouble Therewith)

Too many crises, not enough neurons.

This will serve as a little “heads up” that things may get a bit squirrely around these parts over the next two or three weeks. I’ll be making a trip back to Vermont next Thursday, and as much as I love Vermont, the reasons for the trip are considerably less than delightful. One of those things we all have to deal with sooner or later, usually several times in our lives, but it’s never pleasant and it’s never something anyone’s really prepared for.

Anyway, time might be in very short supply and schedules might be changing and updating and tumbling sort of like those chaotic moons of Pluto. If given the chance I may slap together some “generic” draft blog posts with photos or whatever that I can post with a minimal amount of internet connectivity (parts of Vermont are not a bastion of high-speed access) and time. If something here seems out of context, sort of like the way the original “Serenity” episodes were shown, you’ll know that it’s one of those days.

In short, the next few weeks might be a bit short on space stuff and long articles and deep thoughts and long on “Oooh, look at this pretty picture!”

Like tonight, when I was thinking I had done everything I absolutely had to get done and I was this close to collapsing into bed – only to remember my site… So tonight you get to admire this picture of the North American XB-70 Valkyrie from the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio.




Filed under Family, Flying, Photography, Travel

2 responses to “Curve Ball (And Trouble Therewith)

  1. Jemima Pett

    Hoping the Vermont trip is okay and sending you strength for whatever happens.
    Nice plane!

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