Do It Like A Delm, Week of 9/21/2015

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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).

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).

Elaine Walker: This is me between labs in my denim Liaden Universe shirt investigating the sublimation of dry ice.

Elaine Walker:
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.

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.

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.

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)

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!)

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!)

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