Up, Down, and Sideways
The view from your window may not look much like Buzz Aldrin's. But then again, we don't know where you live. Wherever you live, though, there you are – and you probably have something to say about it. Thus it is with our Post writers: Wherever they go, they observe. And then they tell us about it.
In this issue, we've got, in no particular order: space, the natural world, the unnatural world of people, the even more unnatural world of jwf's imagination, adventures in nature by Deke, forays into the archival past, journeys into the past of Smudger's memory, ventures into the cinema by Awix, news from BMT and Tavaron, rambles among the deer by Solnushka's kids, and practical advice from me. (Pah!!) benjaminpmoore will make you think again, and the Prof will make you hold your head, and Willem will make you gasp in awe. All is as it should be.
Coming up this winter: the Create folks still want you to write about what you're doing with those Christmas gifts. If you've got lots to tell, send your expertise over to Peer Review. Or mail us some of your more whimsical Stuff here to the Post.
I hope it stops raining in the UK, and warms up a bit in the US (there's no hope for Canada, just keep snowboarding, guys, and wait for the Spring Thaw). I hope our friends in the southern half of the planet aren't sweltering too much (envy!). Enjoy your week, your reading, and your adventures! And remember to tell us what the view is like from where you are.