I didn't take a lot of photos of Cáceres this time around, but I did get a few on a foggy night that turned out to be quite interesting.
|The Professor and SAM at an outdoor Rodin exhibit in the Main square....the fog made the sculptures just a tiny bit creepy.|
|"The Thinker"...I'm guessing he's thinking he'd like to be on a nice warm tropical beach somewhere instead of sitting in the middle of the fog. ;)|
|Eerie little street in the old part of town.|
Anyway, that bridge has been crossed. I'm back from Cáceres, and the first thing I found when I got home was this in my mailbox:
Yes, it's my very own signed copy of Mercury Rises, the long-awaited sequel to Robert Kroese's Mercury Falls. The apocalypse didn't turn out so well the first time around, so it looks like the forces from above are giving it another try. Will they succeed, or will Christine and Mercury thwart their plans once more? Looks like we'll just have to read it to find out. So far I've read the first few chapters, and it promises to be every bit as hilarious and irreverent as the first book, just the way I like it...and now I just hope the world won't come to an end before I finish it.