Great day today. Saw lots of folks. Very good meeting with USACE's Steve Stockton and Ada Benavides.
Good talk by Charles Fishman. It was similar to the one he gave last September at the UN. He did make some great points. Regarding 'toilet to tap': he noted that we think nothing of eating food with utensils that have been in other peoples' mouths. Or sleep on sheets that 24 hours ago had been under someone else's butt. And if a doctor had fallen asleep in 1975 and awakened in 2011, there's no way we'd let her operate on us. But what if we were talking about a water engineer? Would the water world look that different in 2011? Certainly not more than the surgical world.
Saw former UNM colleagues Laura Crossey and David Brookshire and former student Amy Ewing. Will breakfast with Bruce Thomson tomorrow.
I am leaving with four signed books from Cynthia Barnett, Charles Fishman, David Zetland, and Sig Silber.
Last day here tomorrow, then I head to Tucson, my first home in the West - arrived 41 years ago.
In the Old Pueblo I will be attending and instructing at the EWB-Mountain Region workshop.
Will provide more information later. Need some sleep.
"Carpe mañana!" - New Mexico saying ('Seize tomorrow!')