As the storm moves in, we are preparing to be snowed in. I went out for more firewood and some last-minute groceries this morning. Now we're all home. Two inches of snow have fallen, and it's supposed to snow for another six hours. We have a very satsifying fire going in the woodstore, a strawberry and rhubarb pie, and a pot of Earl Grey tea. Elizabeth is watching The Wiggles; Peter is playing in his room and listening to a tape of a Bruce Coville book, David is answering his email, and here I am.
I've been getting some nice trackbacks on my recent pieces involving N4610 and Africa. For some reason, my trackback thing never works. (Perhaps it will start working the next time I upgrade Movable Type.) Some come from my usual intelligent readers, but several come from terrific blogs I've never seen before. Here they are:
- HOBSON'S CHOICE
Wonderboom Airport and Freud wants to Know: What Does Cheney Want?
He has several nice long posts on the subject.
- ABSTRACT DYNAMICS
- AFRICAN OIL POLITICS
Malabo coup navigator: smells like blood
This is his main topic, so dig deep. Good stuff.
- ESTIMATED PROPHET
Some Resources on the Equatorial Guinea Coup "Network" and US Involvement
- PAX NORTANA
Insert Trite Metaphor about a Corral Here
- OBER DICTA
also thanks to THE MUMPSIMUS for the trackback on our Year's Best tables of contents.
(One day this will all happen automaticly here too!)
I had more to say, but david has been loitering in the background with urgent tasks for me, so I'll stop for now.