Yesterday was nice and sunny, and by that I mean the temps topped 70 (F). There was a bit of a breeze in the air, but nothing to complain about. Temps are supposed to coast back down into the more seasonal range. I can deal with that. We've basically got a month and a couple of days until we are officially in spring. Then we'll be able to say "what a strangely warm winter we've had."
I had lunch with my cousin Robin and her husband yesterday. I'm the baby of the bunch by 3 months. Being the baby can be good when you're as old as we are. Afterwards, I stopped in to see my Aunt Lois. She reminded me she's 88. The Snyder side of the family has always been long lived. We laughed at our old memories... and they are old. Both of my sets of grandparents were from a small town named Pine Grove and, unlike the rest of my cousins, I spent much of my summer off from school with them. It was a good visit.
Editor number 2 has The Body Under Ice. Later this morning, after my treadmill time, I want to do another little video for YouTube. They're fun, too,.
The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute released an 86 minute video of the Titanic. There is no narration, but there music, just the footage that was shot the first time they sent a camera down in 1986. The ship is continually falling apart, and will not be a long term memorial for those who died. I think that's what people though was going to happen. There are frequent trips down to see the wreckage and apparently souvenirs are being taken. Honestly, I have no problem with that.