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The exact crossing time is long past already, but who’s to complain as we head toward the summer solstice. My familiar is ecstatic.

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And my recollection of the dancers at Coney Island last summer solstice was that they were equally ecstatic.

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Let’s spring!!

Back. The Acheron has been navigated; Charon‘s satisfied.

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Back to work. Get that crew out there… fast and sweet.

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The back-up boat is being worked on. I’m as rusty now as that boat was.

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