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March 22, 2005

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Jamie

Us would-be explorers can't wait. I've packed a compass and I've always got my Safari hat on....

Oz Spade

Magellan! What a great and new world it is! Great job on exploring it! I saw the wreckage, what a horrible sight, I hope the trauma isn't life scaring.

Torley

They're here.

But where are Magellan and company? :)

(Personal appearances please...)

Ice Brodie

Log: LIER heald me back until they allowed public exploration... new land's already started being explored, but I feel that all isn't for naught as I've explored this landmass eagerly.

Chandra Page

Ghoti Nyak fired up her hot air balloon and I hopped aboard for a bit of exploring last night. Except for some odd time dilation problems crossing ANWR (I hate to think what kind of environmental damage that Linden-built oil rig is causing), it was a smooth, uneventful flight to the new continent.

Nasty little wreck at the final resting place of the Malamute; I'm amazed Team Magellan crawled out of that one alive, much more amazed at the survival of their sizable liquor cabinet. I was a bit concerned to see one of the engine pods still smoking more than a month after the crash, but nothing registered on my Geiger counter, so I'm hoping that I and the balloon crew are safe.

Between analysis of the craft's engines and comparison with the blueprints from Mr. DeLane's desk, I might be able to reverse-engineer some of Ben Linden's genius. Though I have learned from the mistakes of the Magellan team; I'll double-check my craft's brakes before flying.

The temple to the Moth Goddess is truly impressive, and easily belongs on anyone's list of Wonders of the World. There was a festive atmosphere around the stilt village, with appropriately reverent "oohs" and "aahs" when the moth-lamps appeared at dusk. There were a few Lindens on hand (I ran across both Ben and Robin) who seemed to fill the role of neutral observers; it seems the powers that be at LIER are keeping much information about the new continent a closely-held secret.

Our balloon crew, joined by intrepid explorer Brent "Sorry, I can't comment on that" Linden, performed a reasonably thorough search of the newly opened land, though we failed to discover the stone structures Magellan describes in his journal. LIER has yet to open those areas to the public for some reason. I won't get into paranoid conspiracy theories about it (though the oil rig in ANWR is a concern), but I do hope there's still something of interest in the area when it is open for public exploration.

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