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Hi everyone, for the next couple of weeks I will be largely off-grid. I have pre-posted several pieces to go up while I am away, and I have arranged for at least one guest blogger and hopefully for a couple more in the time I am away. This will be one of three such absences in the coming months, but I do aim to provide you with something fun and interesting to read anyway. I just may not be saying much about current events or in response to folks’ comments and e-mails.

For my first stop, I’ll be here:

There will be plenty to blog about when I return, I promise!

3 Responses to “Off Grid for a Couple of Weeks”

  1. Michael says:

    What a terrible erosion problem. Where are all the trees? We really ought to fill it in. I blame global warming.

  2. Harry says:

    That’s the Hudson River, Michael. It is part of an Army Corps of Engineers project to restore riparian buffers and wetlands. Poughkeepsie is in the distance. To the West is flyover country.

  3. Harry says:

    My guess is that is the Green River, a part of which I have never seen. The Green River starts in the Wind River Range in Wyoming, and goes South to the Colorado, through beautiful but harsh parts of Wyoming where one can imagine dinosaurs and see real wild horses. I hope Wintercow and his herd enjoy the cattle drive through open range. Respecting the property rights of the sodbusters, of course.

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