Monday, August 2, 2010

Tropical Europe

It's hot. Too hot. So hot as a matter of fact, that you don't even have to cook your dinner before eating it. It's already pre-cooked!
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How hungry are you...?
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Back home after a month overseas. And I missed the Beast's grand entrance into the world. Drat! Sounds like it went of well despite my absence. Might be a lesson in there somewhere. Also missed Gatecon, so regrets to any of you who were coming out here to stop by - I'm going to try putting something together on this side of the Atlantic later this year - it's been too long, right?....
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It was tremendous seeing everyone again in Chotebor - thank you all for putting together such a fine show. You know who you are. And thanks for the souvenirs. And hey - also Budapest - you guys were great. Thanks for the barbecue!\


One more: anyone recognize this place?...


If you ever go, remember that you can canoe around the whole lake, despite the extremely low-clearance bridges. Just crouch down as low as you can go in the boat. Handy travel tip.
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Hope your summers' are going well. It was great seeing many of you again. You guys are the best.

23 comments:

Meg said...

Hmm. I want to say it looks like the big building near the Thames in London, I think it looks like a big glass pickle. I won't say what my friend thought it resembled. ;) We're glad you're back!

Rosehawk said...

*spits out drink all over my computer screen* OMG - I love the chicken picture. It just made my day after a long day at work! Thanks for the laugh!

We missed you at Gatecon but glad you had fun in Europe.

Can't wait to see what you put together on this side of the Atlantic.

*Now to head off to the kitchen to get something to clean my computer screen off with*

tagetes said...

V Telči je hezky, co? :-)

Misty aka s_aurius said...

Thanks for including a link of your new movie! It looks great. :)

LOL, It's a "bit" hot here in Baghdad right now. Highs of 120F-125F (49C-52C) during the day. :P

VelveetaWingnut said...

Meg, I wanna know what kinda guys yur friend's been seeing! LOL.

Nice pic David. I love the pics you post that really bring out the emotion of the moment. :-D

Merras said...

Thank *you* for coming to Budapest, that was a wonderful time with you. :)
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Charvi said...

Škoda že jsme se v Chotěboři minuli. Snad příště.

Sam Beckett said...

Can I travel with you?? I LOVE seeing your pics! Oh yeah.. you and that chicken was cute! Did you eat it?

amaryllis said...

Glass pickle is good. I'd have said Wonka-vator or the inside of a thermos. Good to hear from you again. Glad you had fun in Europe. Happy about the birth of the Beast! How does a simple girl from Maryland get a chance to see it?

g said...

Remember, any time you come to Hungary, just shout "Greg! Help me!" and I'll be coming to the rescue.

scruffnstuff said...

Love the chicken pic!

Hope we get to see 'The Beast' here in the UK sometime soon! Watched the trailer and now I want to see the whole thing! :)

D (Hiccups) said...

It sounds and looks like you had a blast! It's wonderful to hear from you, but it will be even more wonderful to get to see you if you should happen this way in your "This Side of the Atlantic" tour. (SW Ohio--hint, hint.) I know, I'm shameless, but what can I say? You're my favorite. *Hugs*

Dictator-for-life said...

Gherkin, London? Rhetorical? :)

Rosehawk said...
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Rosehawk said...

Ah.... Dictator-for-Life beat me to it.
That looks like the Gherkin Building in London.

archersangel said...

i like the last picture

Madison said...

Welcome back and a belated Happy Stargate Day.

Tai said...

Well, our summer is going not as well as during your presence here, since (you know...)
1) YOU are not any longer here, and
2) half of the Czech Republic is under water at present.
However - it was so far my best-spent holiday (in Chotěboř) - thanks a lot for it! - you're really nice guy. And you really can juggle! :D
(And the chicken pic is really, really... *snigger*... was that THIS chicken, "that you didn't even have to cook before eating it" ?!)
Hope, your EýTý award and other "souvenirs" survived all the Europe-travelling! :-D
Looking forward to see you again (and to see 'The Beast' as well naturally)! (LOL)

green-grrl said...

I just saw your participation in Martin Firrell's SciFi Series. You're looking gorgeous and sounding smart, as always! Best entry in the bunch! I hope you'll blog about it.

D (Hiccups) said...

Hello David! I hope all is well with you and your family. I am eagerly awaiting your next posting and am hoping that your current blog silence means that you either have lots of work or that you are enjoying a nice vacation with your family. Either way, please know that we (your fans) are thinking about you and wishing you all the best. Hope to hear from you soon.

Love, Hiccups. *hugs*

Juliedoc said...

I second everything that Hiccups just put up. I also hope things have cooled down up there in Canada as pleasantly as they've done down here in the States. (And in Europe, too, even though you're no longer "touring" there.) Hope all is very well with you. Your fans miss you. :)

Rosehawk said...

You must be having way too much fun 'cause we haven't had any updates lately!

Hey, are you going to be at the Vancouver showing of 'The Beast of Bottemless Lake" in October?

I see Voodoo is screening at a film festival too!

Ahhh, someday, maybe, they will hit the American markets *sigh* until then.........

Ange said...

I know this is really rather late, but I do recognise that photo at the bottom, it's Telc, in the Czech Republic, isn't it? I saw a very similar photo this morning, and I immediately thought to come back here and compare it.