Day 10 – Candids

Well, then – we (the royal we) are back in the saddle. Freshly full of ribs, corn, watermelon, and a fantastic crab/avocado soup my mom whipped up, I’m ready for another week of blogging the Apogee nation.

The Fourth

Happy Fourth folks. Hoping you’re all enjoying this splendidly hot day (at least it’s hot here in Maine). So our regular wordsmith, Mr. Chad Olcott, is enjoying a day away from the office. Which means you have me…a Geology major…to fill his shoes. So in true science fashion, here’s the data we’ve collected so far.

Day 8 – Time Zones and Lizards

A quick, AM entry today, Dear Reader, before I leave the blog in the capable hands of Kevin “The Blog Doctor” Cashman for the next day or so.

To the South — another auspicious, if invisible, set of lines crossed while most of us were still in bed this morning. Our cross-country crew sailed over the Alabama border (as evidenced below), which also marks the end of Eastern time. They’re now an hour behind us, with two more hours to drop before California.

Day 7 – Red, White, and Apogee

Pausing briefly to reflect on this Friday before the Fourth, it’s quite a thought to think that little Apogee has trips spanning the U.S. — between Boston, Georgia, Montana, Maine and Puerto Rico, if we aren’t red, white, and blue, I don’t know who is! Lots of good reports in from the field today.