Orange here, with a postdated post that was written last Thursday. I'm off the grid (electrical, phone, computer, crossword) this week because I am ASEA on a big ship. How often does one get the chance to use a solid crossword-friendly word like that in non-ironic fashion? Probably not very often, given that some dictionaries don't even include this as a word. They seem to prefer at sea, but in crosswords, at sea means confused rather than sailing on the water. Weird, huh?