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Comment by Peg — April 5, 2009 @ 12:42 am
For anyone out there looking for a good map for following Josh’s travels, here’s one I came across when googling: http://www.malaysia-maps.com/kl/.
Josh, it’s fascinating to follow you on a map. I should’ve looked more closely at a map after you left Singapore. It helps me get more your “meander” “plan.” It’s great how, on the map, I can zoom way in on something like the crazy street system of Kuala Lumpur or the road you must’ve taken to get over to Penang . . . or I can zoom out to get the feel for where you are in relation to all of Malaysia and beyond. (I know, I know: Zoom features have been around a long time. ) Fun! XOXOX
Comment by Peg — April 5, 2009 @ 12:49 am
Another awesome photo, Josh! You’ve really got down the close-up/far-away contrasts of textures, color, and more. I love the giant, heavy, rough, craggy boulders in the foreground; the soft color variations and lines of the sand in the midground; and the even softer blues and greens in the background. Nice! Thanks for posting! XOXOX
Comment by Julee Windmiller — April 5, 2009 @ 2:02 am
I’m still here…following your every move and loving every minute of it. I don’t want to make your folks sad but I am going to be so sorry when you come back to the U.S. I am sooo enjoying your world travels and your beautiful photos. Will you maintain this website or will we lose all these great pictures? Say it isn’t so!!!
Comment by Julee Windmiller — April 5, 2009 @ 2:06 am
I have been keeping track on Google earth. Very cool.
Comment by Peg — April 5, 2009 @ 7:05 am
Aw, Jules! You’re not makin’ me sad! (Thanks for caring, though!) We **love** it when he’s here and **miss** him when he’s gone but are also really **excited** about all the opportunities he’s seizing! (Siezing? ) And I **love** what you said: “following your every move and loving every minute of it.” Who doesn’t love someone appreciatiing their kids?!?!!! XOXOX
Comment by josh — April 5, 2009 @ 3:28 pm
Hi, I’m a bit late to the party here. We are on a small island and the internet was out for 2 days because someone shot fireworks into the internet satellite providing service to the island. I believe it was an accident.
This was a small beach at the top of Penang.
Julie, the site will stay up once I am home. I anticipate a lot less posting, but probably some photos from U-S-A from time to time.
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