Raytheon Solipsys sent me on business to Thailand to ride the USS Harpers Ferry.  We demonstrated our PACTCN capability to the 7th fleet in the last of a 5 years evaluation and participated in military exercises.  The software is due to be pulled off the ships in September.  And now that we have arrived at this point in the project and due to an extremely successful software demonstration, the 7th fleet is voicing their desire for the system to remain on their ships.  Continuation of support from Thailand to Okinawa, Japan was arranged and though invited to transit I declined due to Labor Day plans at Cape May and missing Margie.

Before and after the shipriding, we had a few days to spend in Pattaya, Thailand.  A beautiful and luxurious hotel and outside an adult playground.  You could get an hour long foot massage, Thai massage or oil massage for about $6; I got one a day, sometimes two.



May 14, 2006

The value of our life is not solely measured by its length, but also by the depth of our hearts.

And breadth of our experiences.  And indeed the heights that we achieve.