Here in the northern hemisphere, we are about to celebrate the longest day of the year, the summer solstice. It's not like we humans did anything special, but in our hubris we imagine that if we dance around grassy fields and light fires we can control the planetary and universal laws. Nice thought, but just enjoy the light. For those of you in the southern hemisphere, you know in six months or so the wheels will turn again: I'll be sitting in Darkshire gloom, and you'll be all sparkly Mt. Hyjal happy.
Word on the street is that the 4.2 patch is also coming out on June 21, too.
The last leg of the Long Strange Trip journey for me is completing the Flame Warden achievement. There are a lot of flaming hoops to jump through, but at least I don't have to defend orphans.
The Fires of Azeroth
Ice the Frost Lord
King of the Fire Festival
Desecration of the Horde (also with three sub-categories)
Burning Hot Pole Dance
What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been
And if you want to see something really spectacular: hundreds of naked bicyclists in a parade.
Warning: Contains nudity
Theme song: Fever/Peggy Lee
Check out: Secret Sun Blog - some beautiful images and information