Viewership is down today, but nothing much I could do about it. I had a special assignment for Chalcedon: write a 2,000-word article on the Bell Mountain books, how I came to write them, what I’ve learned in doing it, and so on. That’s a lot of words to write about yourself! Anyway, it’s done, and will appear in The Chalcedon Report by and by.
The iguana in this picture looks astoundingly like mine, except more of his spines are worn away. He insisted on sleeping on a perch he had when he was a fifth of his current size, and threw a sulk when I replaced it with a bigger one. I had to put the old perch back. Then he’d sleep on the new one, with his tail draped over the old.