Recently I took a short vacation, in scheduled and it took place instead of a stream. It was an outing that I did not know that I needed. And I am grateful.
Drawn to the Sea VIII: USS Marlin
There are millions of ships and just as many photographs of those ships. For reasons that are not clear, not even to me, I tend to spend a good deal of time looking at those photographs. For the most part, the photographs are not really interesting, but occasionally something like the above image really catches…
Drawn to the Sea VII: Aurora
Thanks to this COVID-19 thing I have been spending a lot more time on the internet and a lot less time working. For the most part I just mope around, but every once in a while I find something interesting. That is what got me started on this particular ship, the Russian Cruiser Aurora or…
Drawn to the Sea VI: SpaceX
No, this isn’t about spaceships – well, sort of… Most of the surface of the world is covered in water, this remains true whether you believe in a flat Earth or a slightly more realistic round Earth. Regardless of your viewpoint, many spacecraft are launched beyond our atmosphere, a feat that requires a lot of…
Drawn to the Sea V: Rhapsody of the Seas
The seas have long been a mysterious place for the various peoples of the world. The vast watery expanses have been plied for thousands of years by seafarers and many seek out the isolation that a life at sea can provide. It is that isolation; however, that can make the seas a very dangerous place….
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