Monday, June 14, 2004


No, not that airport. An Airport wireless network card, that's what I'm talking about.

I'm at the outside picnic table at the Coffee Plantation Coffee House and Internet Café at 804 Whitehead Street. The rooster, mother hen, and five baby chicks just passed under the table. I wish I had my camera here.

I bought a wireless card for my iBook on eBay last week. It arrived here on the weekend. I biked on down to the Post Office around 7 AM and picked it up, brought it home and installed it, then came here. Within ten minutes I was on online at high speed. Forgive me my nerdiness, but I think this is so cool.

The Coffee Plantation is a great place, clean and bright, friendly owners, Theo and Diane. Coffee is a dollar for locals and the wireless internet is free to use.

There's a conch tour train about to turn the corner from Petronia St. onto Whitehead, heading for the Hemingway house and Southernmost Point. Two women are on the porch enjoying a bagel. There's a nice breeze here under the palm trees.

God is in his heaven and all's right with the world.

I do believe its time for a refill.

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