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I'll be scaling down the blogging significantly for the next eight days, as I will be traveling to Southern California for the Thanksgiving holiday with the First Mate, our son and daughter-in-law, and our granddaughter, the Little Admiral. (She's 18 months old, and she's got Grampa wrapped around her little finger.) It'll be the first plane trip for her, and we're all praying that she'll sleep through it, or at least not get all wired up during the 4-hour flight. She'll be visiting Disneyland for the first time, so Grampa's bringing the camcorder and lots of film. I'll post the best picture of it once I get back and have the pictures developed.
I do plan on taking the computer with me -- I need something to do on the flight, and the laptop's got a DVD drive, so it's my little entertainment center. My father has a wireless network that needs some tweaking, so I'll be testing it out with my laptop. (How convenient for me!) I suspect I'll post a few short notes at the end of the day when I check my work e-mail, but nothing like the productivity I've been maintaining for the past six weeks. Keep checking in with me, and if you haven't had a chance to read the featured posts on the right, try a few and see what you think.
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