Home from Denver at last.

Home from Denver at last.

After something like 17 hours of solo big truck driving, I made it home today. (Lily, next time I will take you up on your offer to go along!)  I’m beyond exhausted, but it was an incredibly satisfying trip. I picked up aluminum parts for a few more of the...

GSA Denver day one.

GSA Denver day one.

A day I’ll always remember.  Kate, Lily, and I worked very hard this morning to get everything in its final place, and a year’s worth of planning came to fruition. We welcomed hundreds of delighted visitors from many countries tonight–here are a...

Driving the Em4 to Denver!

Driving the Em4 to Denver!

Kate and I are just a few hours from Denver now.  Today we passed Konza Prairie and the Flint Hills. We shared driving this big truck with beautiful skies but a 20mph+ crosswind all day, pretty exhausting. (Here’s Kate with our little travel companion, who...

Normal noises at Little River Research.

Normal noises at Little River Research.

We’ve been busy at LRRD the past few weeks, planning consulting jobs (we’re mapping the Cache River this fall), conference travel, and finalizing the complete redesign of our Em2 model. It seems every day brings an important decision (Do we spent ~$10K, at...

Gravel roads, NSF, dumpster diving, IGERT students.

Gravel roads, NSF, dumpster diving, IGERT students.

A few photos from today’s work. Little River Research & Design is on a roll.  Like the kind I remember on gravel roads in Arkansas way back, mostly great fun but with seriously unpleasant jolts. Bumps like a rejection from NSF last week. And very cool...