I’m back from the trek and adjusting to being indoors again. Somethings are coming naturally but I’m having trouble starting any of the projects I thought up while I was away. Tomorrow is a big test, the return to work. 9 to 5 under fluorescent lights and in a chair at a desk. It’s going to be a bit of a shock I’m sure but as I’ve been telling people all the way along I’m lucky to have a job waiting for me, many other hikers had to quit their jobs and would now be facing interviews. My brain is still in warm-up mode and I’m in no condition to impress a panel of judges.

Soon I’ll be restarting work on my software projects. iPhotoToGoogleEarth will have one more release before I make a new version for iPhoto 7 (part of iLife ’08). I’ve some improvements for GeoTagger but it should be forwards compatible already. let me know if that isn’t the case.

If you’re wondering what I’ve been up to check out this little video clip, it shows 5 months of hiking on the PCT



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3 Responses to “Back in the saddle”

  1. Bruce Says:

    Welcome back Craig; I’m sure it is both exciting and overwhelming being home, and contemplating a return to routine. We’ve just got back to the UK after our year in NZ and re-integration is not without its emotional and organisational hurdles.

    As for travel videos, did you come across the “Dancing Man” on YouTube?

  2. Marek Nierychlo Says:

    Nice video, I think and btw geotagger seems to be slower under Leopard.

  3. Francois Menard Says:

    The video is very nice – one can only wish to have had the time to do such a trip. Good for you!

    F.