Well, it was a bit of a surprise to me! This spring has flown by between my dissertation defense and post-doc hunting; trips to California, Minnesota, New York, and Maine; and now the start of a very quick field season in Greece to revisit the introduction islands for the next week and a half. After that it’s back home to walk in graduation, start a post-doc project (more soon on that progress) and finish preparations for getting married in July!
I’ve got a few ferry rides coming up so I’ll try to tell a few stories about how things are going but with the schedule as tight as it is I might continue to be lax about updating the blog. Sorry. For now though, here are a few pictures from so far.
I’m back staying in the Castle on Naxos. Every year I feel so lucky to have access to this amazing place. I swear they added stairs getting up to the top of the hill this year though…
Another Castle shot from a well courtyard – I think I finally found a photo angle that I haven’t used on the blog yet.
And, as always, Naxos is just beautiful.
Of course, it wouldn’t be my traditional “I’m back in Greece” blog post without pictures of some of my favorite foods. I had some delicious moussaka and souvlaki too but I was too excited to take pictures before digging in.
We’re off to Paros in a couple of hours to get ready for tomorrow’s first island revisit! Can’t wait to see how the lizards are doing! Stay tuned!