I probably would have been happier with the results had I just shot individual images and pasted a bunch of them together in Paint.net, but I shot the panoramas, and so was working with those. I suppose it would be better as well if I went into manual exposure and set it one way, so that the individual images weren't adjusting for the variance in the light ... but thinking like that just makes me miss my old film SLR (I've never been particularly happy with any digital cam I've had).
This isn't actually our full horizon view ... this is about from NW to ESE, and (were I to have gotten all Hockney about this) I could have added a bit more over to WNW. In my comments over to that Facebook post, I was noting that living up with the curvature of the Earth is all my kids know ... which I suppose has ruined them for living at ground level. Kind of like my having grown up in Manhattan and getting nervous whenever there's not enough cement around!
Figured I'd share the pic. As usual, you can click on it for a bigger version (although I opted not to upload the full-size 6269px wide original!).