LRRD week in review.

LRRD week in review.

Cara and I have been grinding away on a geomorphic/wetland analysis of a little creek west of Detroit. My caffeineless existence has made this a tough one. That coffee kept me going through the hours of analysis and writing. Jesse’s taking a well-deserved...

2,300 miles, no problems.

2,300 miles, no problems.

It’s nice to be home. Cara and I started at 6:30 Detroit time, (5:30 Carbondale) this morning, hoping to get a final bit of field work done. The bottom fell out as we reached the site, so we retreated to a coffee shop (photos) and watched the Motor City power...

Accidentally offending golf ladies.

Accidentally offending golf ladies.

West of Detroit, Michigan: Cara and I are finishing a few days of grueling work surveying a suburban creek here. It’s a wealthy place. Some of the creek runs near a golf course. It’s odd to be up to your knees in muck holding a level rod while watching...

Sound and the Fury at LRRD.

Sound and the Fury at LRRD.

This day is as good as any for a “Sound and the Fury” post. We’re working with our fabricator and our Minnesota client to get the Em4 finished and delivered, even as we plan the next one. We’re on the technological edge on several fronts....

A bank slumps.  We behave otherwise.

A bank slumps. We behave otherwise.

One of these days I’ll figure out how to align photos and words to make captions in Blogger, but until then, please forgive me and connect them yourself. What a week! Emriver inquiries are steady, and in one day we had two separate planetary geosciences...