It was early morning. I lit a candle and powered on my vintage Raspberry Pi 4 computer. It was a daily reminder of the events of 2020. In addition to the global pandemic, and seemingly unending fires out west, we had a derecho storm knock out power for over 300,000 people in our area.
After the storm went through, I began shopping around for high power generators to prepare for future storms, but then decided instead to look for low power devices that would make expensive, noisy, smelly generators unnecessary. The Raspberry Pi computer was part of that search. It was a small, quiet, powerful computer that used very little electricity, so it could run on battery power for an extended period of time. A cooling fan was optional, so I built mine with adequate ventilation and didn’t place heavy loads on the system so it didn’t overheat. This made it a silent palm-sized computer with no moving parts.
I looked out the window to watch the morning light increase in the sky, and for short time my mind wandered. I decided to write about the events surrounding the Rezifp Dawn experience that Miran and I had been a part of many years ago.
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About The Story – Mapping Reader Interest
In November 2020, there was an increase in interest in Rezifp Dawn, which at that time was unfinished. Chapter 5 was completed in May of 2012. With the renewed interest in the story, I decided to finish the story with chapters 6 and 7. I appreciate the interest in the story and am grateful to those who inspired me to finish the story. The maps below show general location information for recent readers of the story as of 3 Dec 2020.
As of 6 Feb 2023, reader interest in chapter six increased. Below are maps of recent chapter six readers.