TAKING OUR LAW FIRM ON THE ROAD . . . Andrea and I are operating Schaeffer & Lamere from Argentina this month--specifically, Buenos Aires, where we rented an apartment and have been settled in for a few days. If you're wondering exactly where we are, here's a map (click to enlarge). Buenos Aires is in the upper-right part of Argentina.
We won't be working all the time, of course, although thanks to the Internet and Skype, it's possible to do just about anything from here except appear in court. During some of our downtime, I'm thinking of doing a little travel writing like I've done here in the past. I'm not sure yet but . . . maybe?
In order to psych myself up (after all, for various reasons, I haven't done too much personality-related writing on Legal Underground in the past year), I thought I'd seek out and link to some of my past travel-related posts, to see if I remember how to do it. Here they are:
- Nine posts about Prague, beginning here;
- A set of posts from Mexico City;
- Another set of posts from Mexico City;
- A video podcast made on the ski slopes of Colorado;
- A post about Tijuana;
- A post about deep-sea fishing;
- A post from Cabo San Lucas;
- A podcast/post about Niagara Falls; and
- A podcast about post-Katrina New Orleans.
What does it all mean? Even if I don't get around to posting much from Buenos Aires, there's still plenty of travel-writing on Legal Underground to go around . . . (Meanwhile, as I write this, our son Sam, now four, has turned on the TV, where Sponge Bob is on. "Why is Mr. Crab speaking Spanish?" he asks, morosely. Yes indeed, things are very different here in Buenos Aires.)
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