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Big Boat of Nerdery

February was marked by a lot of travel. At the beginning of the month (and technically, also the end of January) we spent nearly two weeks in Austin, Texas. I had never been to Texas before and found the city delightful.

But then, we went on an event called the JoCo Cruise. It is a strange week on a boat with 1100 of your closest nerdy friends and a whole bunch of Famous People (TM).

In fact, I will not bore you with a play by play of our week, but I will point you to the blog of one of said Famous People (TM), author John Scalzi. Because, yeah - the boat was like that.

Now, I am back in Asheville and creatively rejuvenated. Expect more blog posts soon.


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