4 1/2 days offline!

Image1We are now camped near Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia.

I’ve been online for about 15 minutes. It’s 8:37 PM.

I logged off last Monday around 8:30 AM.  Looks like I have a lot of material to go through.

Needless to say, a lot of it will just be skimmed to see if there is anything that I am interested in reading thoroughly.

Some stuff in the reader and inbox is just info sources that I am following — y’know, the climate change news and sunspot info updates.  Most of that will just deleted, especially the ones that are just now repeating things I read about last week.

I can’t promise any comments, but if it’s something I’m interested in, I may try to leave a short comment.

More posts soon — with pictures!

We also have not looked at much TV at all this trip.  Even though we had over 10 TV stations sitting in a campground without electrical hookups, we watched 1o minutes of broadcast TV — just enough to find out what the weather was predicted to be for the days we were going to be there.  The only other TV has been 2 episodes from the first season of ER that Karen has been watching — I just listened to music on my ipod and read my book.

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  • Davina May 15, 2009

    Hi Mike. I was tuning in to the relaxation of this whole idea… that is… until I saw your Google Reader numbers and email Inbox! These days, with so many options for communications… do we EVER get a holiday anymore?

    Enjoy being disconnected. The word "camping" is music to my ears.

    <abbr>Davina’s last blog post..Positively Breathing — Not According to Plan</abbr>

  • Vered - MomGrind May 16, 2009

    I love taking time off the internet. It's so relaxing. The fast pace of the internet is exhausting.

    <abbr>Vered – MomGrind’s last blog post..Make Everything Taste Like Bacon!</abbr>

  • Mike May 17, 2009

    Davina – Oh sure, we get a holiday. We just need to catch up when we get back — and only look at the things we really need to look at or want to look at.

    Vered – I'm still taking quite a bit of time off of the internet. I've literally read more books in the last few months than I have in the previous 5 years.

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