I’m in the new YVR international terminal, waiting to board a flight to Heathrow. Besides my trip to Texas (Texas counts as another continent) this will be my longest trip off the North American rock. Six weeks, five countries, ten flights, and two major assignments (plus a little side-jaunt with some friends).
It’s been a complex setup… prep, planning and logistics have been more difficult than any other trip. But I’m looking forward to two challenging projects. I’ve been doing a fair amount of pre-work on both projects, exercising my new-found story knowledge.
I’ll be attempting to keep a regular log on the blog… stay posted.
Some patterns have emerged from visitor stats, so I’ve made a few adjustments to aid in finding content:
- The top-left navigation now includes a link to the blog as well as the home page. You can also access the blog directly at trevormeier.com/posts/
- The top-right menu now includes a link to an index page, listing the most recent posts and quick links to search and archives.
If you’re knocking around here at all, you’ll be seeing a slow evolution. Over the past few days I’ve fixed most of the bugs and completed most of the features. I’ve created a new landing page and updated the navigation & comments… hopefully creating a site that is simple, elegant, and usable.
For those who are a little nosy, a few Easter eggs are waiting (if you have a little patience). There will be more changes over the next few weeks. If you notice anything amiss, feel free to contact me.
4400 more kilometres on my trusty Jeep Cherokee. One unexpected sidetrack. Eighteen hours of driving in a single stretch. Three days absorbing transition with friends. And now, I’m back in Vancouver.
I love the cold.