February 10, 2005

Programming Note

This Sunday I'm going to Puerto Rico for ten days. I've been travelling more than ever lately. I went to both Europe and North Africa twice in three months, and I went to the East Coast twice in one week. But this time Shelly and I are going on an actual vacation. You know, sun, sand, sleeping in, dining out, hiking, snorkeling, that sort of thing.

Mary Madigan and Jeremy Brown will guest-blog while I'm lounging around on the beach. They're welcome to post before I leave, too, so watch for their bylines.

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(Photos by Lonely Planet and PuertoRicoPhotoStock.com.)

Posted by Michael J. Totten at February 10, 2005 3:56 PM
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