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Deborah Fishburn: Just to let you know, sometimes even Exiled dragons will communicate with their brethren.
In this case, the white dragon overlooks the cargoes in the hold of the Cutty Sark, a ship which used to do the tea run (from Shanghai), and then moved on to transporting wool (from Australia to the UK).
This is me between labs in my denim Liaden Universe shirt investigating the sublimation of dry ice.
Susan Hrizuk: At Biltmore Estate, America’s castle, in Asheville, North Carolina, the largest privately owned house in the United States.
Bridget Gehrling: So here I am, on the Forrest Park Carousel, newly restored in Queens, NY, with the Liaden book I am currently re-reading and wearing my new favorite shirt.
Susan Buttram: Flying without a ship at IFly Austin. Unfortunately I couldn’t take my tablet into the vertical wind tunnel so the picture was taken in front of their emblem.
Peggy Kemp: At a metal detecting rally in Sundre Alberta (near the Rocky Mountains).
I am wearing my Liad T-shirt – and did not forget my kindle, which contains the Liad universe (well … almost).
I came home from the event with silver coins from 3 British Monarch eras (George V, George VI and Elizabeth II), a few foreign coins, and won a Baroque pearl key-chain.
Leon Kemp (husband, and also a Liad fan) did the photography for the event (his hobby)
Janelle Hilton: Since January of this year I have been a volunteer aboard the charity hospital ship the Africa Mercy, where I teach the children of the all-volunteer long-term crew in our on-board Pre-K – Grade 12 Academy. Africa Mercy is currently in Tamatave, Madagascar, where we are serving our host country by providing free surgeries and building the local medical capacity, among other projects. I will be with the ship through May of 2017, so it’s home for me! Here I am standing on the top deck (Deck 8), by the smoke stack. I have to say, eBooks are an amazing invention which help a world-traveler like me to have my favorite “friends” with me wherever I go! (Plus now you can legitimately claim to have readership in Africa!)