Commander’s Log: 3303-02-19 Droju TG-F c27-3, 3,965.73 light years from Sol. Continue reading “Droju Snowball”
Commander’s Log: 3303-02-18 continued, Bleia Eohn WO-L C10-8, 1,987.95 Light Years from Sol. Continue reading “T Tauri”
Commander’s Log: 3303-02-18, Parrot’s Head Sector VJ-R B4-1, 1,013.39 light years from Sol.
Mission – Take the famous explorer Karyme McLaughlin and crew to visit an Earthlike world orbiting a neutron star, about 14,000 LY in towards the core.
Commander’s Log: 3303-02-06, Mars High, Sol.
In my last entry, I was heading out to the Elephant’s Trunk nebula. I arrived in good time, and instead of coming straight back as was my original plan, I stayed to see a few sights, and the decided to go on to see more. It turned into a tour of some local nebulae between the bubble and the rift, with more than a few photos taken and the odd strange sight. Continue reading “A Grand Tour”
There is so much I wanted to do today by the time Louise got home from work, but most of them required a lot of preparation and in some cases shopping. Unfortunately, I was unwell over the weekend†, and while I managed (mostly) to do what I needed to, any extras were pushed to the side. Continue reading “Valentine shennanigans”
Around the end of last year, Louise decided she wanted to learn about home brewing. Partly to see what can be done and partly to save money… Continue reading “A witches’ brew”
So breakfast today and was a toasted muffin (English, or as I prefer Socialist, un-American) cut in half, one half buttered with a rasher of grilled bacon, and the other with some softened Bavarian smoked cheese, then topped with an egg poached with Encona hot chilli sauce, then mayonnaise and a liberal dose of fresh ground black pepper.
Served with a big mug of Kenyan coffee from the Aeropress, and similar of Kenyan tea for the Loufing.
There would be pictures, but for some reason, it disappeared rather quickly.
Commander’s Log: 3303-02-02, Wredguia WJ-I d9-71, 709.6 light years from Sol. Continue reading “Home… and away”