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Boola Boola

Ninety five.

Okay, how many more grids left? And we haven’t covered the north side.

I now understand that GIS is really sucky. 1,024 more words


No-takers for Paradise?

A week or so ago I wrote about the famous mutiny on HMS Bounty and the island of Pitcairn in the South Pacific.  It turns out that though at one time the island was home to several hundred people, over the years the number has called away to under 50 and most of them are at or approaching retirement age. 639 more words

Weekend Wandering 8 – App Review: Earth Primer

I’m not usually in the habit of reviewing apps, but when Earth Primer came along, I was excited enough by its prospects to give it a try. 1,568 more words


Reflecting upon a week at Blencathra Field Centre

I have to say, before I talk about the centre, because I haven’t really done so yet, that there are a couple of things that I have realised through blogging everyday. 1,698 more words

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Issue #2: Wanderings, Gemma Cooper-Novack


My uncle lives on Mount Olympus—seriously, that’s what it’s called. Streets are lined with bulky monstrosities, gaudy and baroque. No one walks up the steep roads, except for crossing deer and coyote. 142 more words