View Full Version : Update on my situation...
01-28-2005, 07:39 PM
Some people have noticed my absence from the forums of late and been hunting me down on MSN, YIM, and via email...so I figured I should post an update on where I've been...
Firstly, my ISP (QWest) has been having serious problems in the Tucson area, so my access has been very sporadic. On top of that, I'm in the process of moving back to New Hampshire, so what little time I manage to get online is generally spent getting maps, making hotel reservations for the trip, etc...
Current plan is to be leaving on the 2nd or 3rd, and to arrive on the 10th. Then a few days to get settled in, and I should be back to my normal posting patterns...
So, in short, I'll be back again soon, and hopefully with a nice little present for all the scenario designers when I do return full time...
01-29-2005, 07:13 AM
I hope with another scenario soon, I enjoied very much Diospolis.
01-29-2005, 08:45 AM
The other scenario I finished is my contest scenario for Ancient-Maps.com, and is probably going to be either the March or April contest map over there. I'm just waiting for some final test results from the beta testers, and it is finished (though not releasable till it comes up in the contest cycle...). However, once that is done, I'll be starting the next scenario in the XX Dynasty Campaign...so if you are up for testing again...
01-29-2005, 10:28 AM
I enjoy very much testing scenarios, so here I am.
02-01-2005, 11:17 PM
Well, I'm off in about 12 hours from now...might end up checking back in here before I leave (probably will in fact, lol...) but if not: Have fun everyone, and best wishes for many happy hours with your CotNizens...and I'll see you all when I get back!
02-02-2005, 02:40 PM
I recomend staying away from the Mud-Brick accomidations in New Hampshire. Despite the fact that you don't have to worry about floods too much, they don't hold up to well to the upcoming mud season when the snow melts.
I must comment- Don't you know, you are supposed to move from South to North in the Summer, and from North to South in the Winter- not the other way around? (Unless you have something against birds).
02-02-2005, 03:57 PM
*chuckles* Aye, but you see, after having lived for 11 years in NH (9 years and then 2 years...) I'm obviously wired a bit backwards anyway...I LIKE the snow...
However, I don't like the mud season you mention...:P Better than Ohio though, two seasons there: mud and construction.
Dog of the Sun
02-02-2005, 04:06 PM
Hey, Ohio IS the best place to feel the full effects of the seasons, lots of leaves, tons of snow, You're right about spring, mud- and the heat of Summer. :)
02-02-2005, 06:32 PM
Yup, it just seems that any time of the year that they can get a dump truck through the mud there's construction EVERYWHERE...even in the middle of winter. At least up in the norther part...not sure about southern OH...
02-15-2005, 11:58 PM
Well, I've arrived in Maynard and have gotten all settled into the apartment, but unfortunately am having to use a prepaid AOL account for online access until the Verizon DSL is hooked up on the 28th. So my little present is going to have to wait till then...but at least I have forum access again!
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