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This late-breaking not-an-entry from Maggie Leber will be of interest to those who take their piloting seriously. Maggie says, “OK, this is just for fun because it’s not according to the rules, which among other things call for a picture, not a video. But I had fun putting it together today.”
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Thuy Le: Ariel at her first WorldCon
Peggy Kemp – just off the Trans-Canada Highway . I’m traveling through the Rocky Mountains near Golden, British Columbia, Canada –
accompanied by “Dragon in Exile” and an entire Library of Liaden Universe books.
Jennifer McGaffey: I and Lt Col Anderson, at Sasquan, doin’ it like a delm.
Susan Baur: Doing it like a delm, and long time Lee and Miller supporter.
Sharon Wood: Fiona gives a high-five to Korval
Judy Lauer: A good day and night in London. A good show and a good read!
Harriet Culver and her Sasquan Membership Badge after the Making Light dinner at Saranac, 8/20/2015.
Pat Hines: Ita and I having a serious discussion about the latest news from Liaden Universe
Dale & Gayle Stroble: Photo of us at “The Kiss” statue in San Diego, CA next to the USS Midway museum.
Vicky Ayech: Reading Dragon in Exile to Molly.
Damiano Cassese: On the Sambuca mountain pass, in a cycling tour from Ravenna to La spezia. Should we call the bike Bechimo ?
Cycling like a delm!
Sonya Lawson: My pre-Worldcon breakfast of maple donuts! Getting fortified for day 1!!
Eva Norman: This photo of me in my OLD denim shirt with the dragon and tree emblem was taken outside Stockholms Maritime museum this sunday.
The picture is taken during a free consert of classical music held by Swedens Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
It was the 40th year this free concert has been held. 14.000 people was present.
Kathy Ferrando: Getting ready for SasQuan with my Liaden Library
Judy Lauer solved her packing problem from a few days ago.
Chuck Diters, breakfast in the executive lounge of the West India Quay Marriott, London, UK
My suitcase shrank. . .something’s got to give. Judy Lauer
First piece of art hung up in the new rental in Santa Fe. Gus Fleischmann