#2.42 The Answer
20140602 Brussels, Belgium, Sweden, Emil Vinterhav
Brussels is the political capital of EU in many aspects. It sports many fine sights among which are Grand place surrounded by grand buildings of centuries past. Above you find Moonhouse #2.42 – The answer on a landfall in Grand Place. It did pass Manneken Pis but found mooring hard in the crowd.
In the absense of the little boy eternally relieveing himself you find #2.42 attempting to find its karma with the orange Buddha below.
Congratulations Emil on your successful expedition. We wish you fair winds on your coming adventures.
#2.42 The Answer
20140606 Brussels, Belgium, Emil Vinterhav
This week’s issue of the Swedish edition of Donald Duck features the Moonhouse together with the Swedish astronaut Christer Fuglesang in a feature edition about space. (a klick on the image will take you to the Kalle Anka facebook page)
http://kalleanka.se features a video interview with Christer Fuglesang well worth watching.
The Expedition is pleased to see the Moonhouse appear in this renound publication and have our suspicions of how it got there.
The Moonhouse in Literature celebrating ”Towel Day” in Celebration of Douglas Adams, the author of the Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy trilogy of novels in four parts.
Today we celebrate Towel Day as a tribute to Douglas Adams, the author of best selling Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy trilogy in four parts (not forgetting the fifth installment). The trilogy has open the eyes of the world to importance of the number 42 and set it on the quest to finding the illusive ”question of life, the universe and everything” to which the number is the answer. He has tought us the the secrets of flying, the mechanics of interstellar space flight, the infinite improbability drive, the SEP-cloaking field, the pan-galactic gargle blaster, an apologise from god (We are sorry for the inconvenience), the heart of gold spaceship and many more ground breaking ideas.
Thank you Mr. Adams. The house #1.3 has its towel under firm control. Be ware of the leopard.