Like A Lost Day

All day long I’ve told myself today’s the day to Remember the Maine (trip). It’s not going to happen tonight.

I am suffering from a malaise which has been named ‘car lag’ by my friend Rick.

During the trip to Maine, I tried to shift my schedule to my friend Bob’s. That was especially important since I had the car and he had a few appointments. He could have gone by himself, but that would have slowed down the day, benefiting neither of us.

Getting up wasn’t the problem. The real weakness in my life is being able to force myself to bed. So, day-by-day, I got more fatigued… until today, I feel like I’ve just gotten off a horrendous bender&#185.

I took a three hour nap this afternoon, but I’m still really dragging and might finish the night out in bed, TV on, computer on… but still in bed where decisions are seldom required.

As is always the case, I have underestimated the time necessary to get my pictures ready for the Internet. There are around 1,000 of them, though far fewer will make their way online.

I’ll include one sample, so you can see I was actually there. Click the link, as the thumbnail just doesn’t do it justice.

&#185 – Nice imagery, but totally a guess. Strange as it seems in this day and age, I’ve never been drunk.

3 thoughts on “Like A Lost Day”

  1. hi..

    my sister is a huge john mayer fan and i was trying to see if i could buy/get 2 backstage passes for his concert in sydney australia coming up in a couple of months. incidentally through google i found your page and read your 2003 blog about how you scored one. any tips? 🙂

  2. Jeff,

    Great photos! I was working on a volunteer trail crew in Acadia 9/10 thru 9/15. Wednesday 9/13 was our day off. One of our crew came back from Cranberry island that night saying she met “some weather guy from CT” and she gave me your web address. Three of us were hiking Pemetic Mtn that day, so we were on the mountain looking out at Cranberry Island wondering if Suzanne was looking up at us. Now I know she was busy enjoying the Island with you. Thanks for bringing the great weather with you to Acadia last week!

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