Blogus Interruptus…

If you looked through my Palau/Yap photos and read the captions then you know that my snorkel got ripped off my mask by raging currents at Blue Corner. What you didn’t know is that my snorkel has built in GPS tracking. And I’ve been monitoring its progress as it drifted eastward across the Pacific. Using complex mathematical formulas in combination with an abacus, I’ve plotted its course and it’s drifting past Molokini Crater later this week. So I’m heading to Maui to try and retrieve my snorkel.

It’s like…y’know…special…first snorkel and all…

…blogging resumes July 8th..


8 Responses to “Blogus Interruptus…”

  1. joeremi Says:

    THAT sniff is a beautiful story.

  2. I thought so. I’m entering it into this year’s Blogger’s Choice Awards…

  3. bigred08 Says:

    Damn you Spud. How are we going to keep up with the Michael Jackson story with you on (yet another) vacation???

  4. imnotblue Says:

    I’m starting to think it would be easier to post the topic threads as “Vacation Interruptus” instead of the other way round.

  5. laural1 Says:

    Or ‘play amongst yourselves, I’m busy.’

  6. grandpadave Says:

    Watch out for incoming missles! 😉

  7. […] GPS and an abacus and plotted its eventual arrival in the Hawaiian islands in early July. So I went to Maui, specifically Molokini crater, and retrieved my cherished snorkel. Buuuuut… As the dive boat […]

  8. […] a year since I visited Palau and lost my snorkel under the raging currents of Blue Corner. Then I found it off shore of Maui but had it confiscated by US Customs. Then I went back to Hawaii to have it repatriated to me […]

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