I’ve been getting over jet lag since getting back to California from my European trip, and finding that 9 hours is pretty difficult to overcome. It’s harder than the 6 hour time difference that used to characterize my trips to Europe when I lived in the Boston area. There is also much less difference between going East and going West when I’ve got 9 or 10 hours to change. Now it is approaching the point where everything is just flipped, turned inside-out; day is night and night is day, and the most I can do to cope is to get some sun and exercise during the day, and wait it out.
While I was away, volume 2 of the Geocaching GPS series launched at Geowoodstock 14er in Denver: Geocaching GPS: Great Personal Stories of Geocaching Firsts, edited by Kimberly Eldredge from New Frontier Books.
Paris is not usually considered a mundane place, but it may be for the people who live there. Pho Trablogger’s Mundane Monday challenge now asks photographers to find unique frames for mundane objects.