June 25, 2005

Caution: I Brake for Martians

After a pleasant day giving a workshop in Warren County New Jersey, June, Alex and I took the scenic route as we headed south to Philadelphia. The back roads are a lot more interesting than the I-95, and as a bonus we got to visit the Martian Landing Spot in Grovers Mills, a dot on the map near Princeton made famous by Orson Wells in his The 1938 broadcast. We weren't expecting much, and that's what we got: a nicely done plaque at the edge of a deserted park. We'll file this away in our memories along with the trip to Roswell in 1998.



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