|This is Tycho Aussie.|
Public Fursuiter in the Lansing, Michigan area for charity, festivals, and fun.
PhD student of geophysics at Michigan State University. Amateur radio operator, motorcyclist and 23 year member of the AMA; Christian family man, electrical engineer and aspiring volunteer freelance mascot for local charities.|
This fine fursuit was constructed by of Beastcub Creations.
Summer is over, and I am back in the swing of college. It was a fast summer, with three college research trips, a lot of software development, a few weeks in Russia, and ten days in Armenia. So the summer went fast. We still managed to fit in a little bit of camping up north. In fact, we pulled the camper our longest distance yet, up to Houghton, Michigan, which is about 550 miles from our driveway in order to drop our oldest son off at Michigan Tech University, where he is starting his first year as a computer science major. In-between all that, I attempted to study for my comprehensive examinations.
So, if you follow me here and actually read these journals, perhaps you might forgive me for the lack of updates since June. I haven’t been slacking – just very busy. I have tried to fit some fursuiting in as well, but the schedule even made that difficult, so I have less photos to share with you than normal. However, the few I have, are really, really good, I think: One of the newest things I tried was fursuiting within the country of Armenia, amongst a hundred Armenians and Russians. The response was amazing, and if I wasn’t afraid of AIR FRANCE LOSING MY BAG AGAIN, I wouldn’t hesitate to try it again. The people of Armenia have been terrific.
So sit tight, and I will attempt to get some of these wonderful photographs from summer uploaded, along with the back story of how they came to be. I hope your autumn is enjoyable, and please wish me luck on these comprehensive examinations, because I really need to pass them in order to continue my research!