9 March 2008

All quiet: on the western front(ier)

As you may have noticed, it's been a quiet week here at the Beagle Project Blog. I have been--and still am--in Colorado, visiting family and skiing. Now, some may think this is no excuse for neglecting one's blog, but let me explain: you see, there is a robust inverse correlation between sun intensity and depth of fresh snow on the one hand and nunatak blog posts/week on the other. It is a fact of nature, like evolution, and I am powerless to stop it.

So, until I'm back in the Big Smoke and recovered enough from jet lag to blog intelligibly, here's a gratuitous "wish you were here - ha ha ha" photo of my current location, which has absolutely nothing to do with the Beagle Project. In fact, you can't get much more landlocked than this, but hey, it sure is pretty, so there:

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