I've had a very busy two weeks.
I'm going to have another two even busier weeks,
but they can wait for tomorrow.
I will be going to an island off the coast of Newfoundland on the 26th and staying there for the winter to explore and map it out.
I will be living off the land, cutting wood and pumping water by hand to cook with.
There will be no electricity or internet, although I will have a satellite phone for emergency use.
During the spring, summer, and fall of the next two years, we will tear down the abandoned fishing shacks and build a lodge and a bunch of cabins for hunting parties to use, and I might stay on as a guide in the summers and a resident in the winter, although by that Tim we should have internet access.
I might not make it back to say goodbye before I disappear, but know that I will return in the spring, and that I'll miss you all very much while I'm gone.
I recently had the somewhat dubious pleasure of watching Adventure Time, a tv show made for two-year-olds of below average intelligence.
Their writers seem to have stolen our ketchup time Time-Sword graphic to use in their title card.
Which reminds me: I have a lot of ketchup to do.
In related news.
I unexpectedly received a copy of the book jiggery pokery for my birthday.
It is a collection of double dactyl rhymes.
Hallo Yappo, Kierynfootnote
, and Dr Carter!
Gah, Svenman, why would you put a song there??
I don't have Tim for listening to songs!Listens to song
Actually that's really catchy.
But I question the singer's sanity, why would he want to be hit?
I saw GnomeAnne recently, and yes, basementful seems like a good description.
I appreciate the effort you went to in making this very detailed graph for us, b, but it does not help at all.
I am even more confused now.
Is this our confusion level over Tim?
Is it our interest in bsta beginning to level out on a reversed Timline?
Is it the amount of bacon I have left in my refrigerator that has to be eaten before I leave?
I hope it's not that last one, I would not feel well for the trip out if I eat it all at once like that.
And now I'm off to ketchup on Quelouva before I start the Herculean task of reading two weeks worth of dnd chat logs.
There is generally twenty minutes worth of reading that gets written each day, so it should only take about five hours.Footnote
Woo, Kieryn is here! Hi Kieryn!