For a long time I’d end up in a different “spare” office at Yankee every time I visited, but for the last couple of years I’ve settled nicely into the “crow’s nest” office high atop the Sagendorph Building on the Yankee campus: it’s the little extension on the 3rd floor that you can see to the right of the chimney in this photo:
Inside, the office looks like this:
The office plays double role as a meeting room for the web team, so I never have to leave the office to go to meetings. It has the benefit of being near everyone, having a nice big table (Yankee, true to its corporate ethos, makes its own tables), has a monitor already available, has a pleasant view of central Dublin, NH, and has all the electricity and wifi I need. The only downsides to the office are the variable temperature – sometimes stiflingly hot, sometimes chilly – and the occasional emergence of cluster flies if I happen to time my visit to their dehibernation schedule.