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Posted by on Jan 18, 2010

Thoughts from a train in Connecticut

I am returning home from the American Library Association Midwinter Conference in 2010. We just pulled into Mystic, Connecticut (yes, from Mystic Pizza) and I wanted to remark how pleasant the whole train experience has been. It is remarkably different than the last time I took the train to Boston, a much more heavily traveled route and I am assuming more efficient.

I had a good time in Boston, mostly at the site visits I did at Brookline High School and Emerson College. Good sessions, good people, good energy.

More importantly, I am now headed home to my wife, to my bed,to my routine. I am starting back at the University of Edinburgh today so I might be a little quiet on the blog front as I get my academic bearings back.

On a parting note, the Long Island Sound at dusk is gorgeous. All these boats are moored and the water stretches forever. Now pulling into New London, Connecticut. Time to stare out the window a bit more and daydream.

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