Back in the saddle

Hey guys, I’m back in the studio again after a nice vacation in N.C. Man, what a great time we had up there. We made some new friends and hooked up with some from last year. The weather was fantastic and it was awesome to spend so much time outdoors.

On the way up to the cabin I had the opportunity to meet face to face with Brian Dunaway in S.C., for those of you who don’t know, Brian is co-host and producer of Comics coast to coast. If you’ve never listened to their web radio show before, you gotta check them out, they’re really very talented, funny guys that also draw and write their own web strips. Brian interviewed me last year for the show and we’ve become fast friends since, so it was nice to finally meet him and his wife Suzanne. Get this, we met at a Quizno’s near his house for lunch. I’m guessing he doesn’t want me to know where he lives. Thanks for the warm southern hospitality, pal. ; )

Anyway, you can check out a few of my pics I set aside to share with you on Flickr. More to be posted soon. You could also check out this video I shot of a few of the kids (including mine) who were skateboarding down a large hill in front of our cabin. Yeah, I know. No protective gear whatsoever. Bad parenting.

Oh, I almost forgot. If you’re on Facebook and want to add me as a friend you can send me a friend request here, in the message area just let me know you’re a reader of the strip and are coming from the blog.

Well, catch you back here in a few days. Have a great weekend.

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  1. lg

    I was so disappointed with today\’s comic regarding Sotomayor, most particularly the comment \"inspiring young women everywhere!\" Why only young women?
    Respect and admiration should be based on choices and actions, not based on how much another person resembles you. If Sotomayor has accomplished good things, then young men should also be inspired.
    I was lucky as a student; it never occurred to me that Einstein could not be my role model, despite the fact that I am neither white nor male. Had my parents raised me to value people based on their race or sex, I might not have aspired to a degree in physics.

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