Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Liquid Tension, Jun 6, 2014.
Exhausted-- One more day before a short week.
Just don't stop for dinner
Saw a coyote in Montana eating carrion in the middle of the road. Man, I could do a steak right now. Not, however, the frozen entrees of Donner Pass.
It's been snowing continuously here since about 11PM last night. There is 14+ inches on our deck now (not since last night). I mean we expect snow, but this is probably more than all of last winter.
LOL-- Had a dog (1) with sauerkraut. Burned a lot of calories today--all good.
Full trailer-load for the dump. Not quite used, lately, to so much physical labor.
Best get accustomed
We got about 12" of snow in 12 hours.
Okay, furniture to Goodwill (they have been blessed), two loads to the landfill/recyclers, and now the second and final trailer-load, mostly tools, closeout of storage, and homeward-bound. Shall not look back
An excellent plan.
As the immortal Satchel Paige said, when asked about his longevity in the Negro Baseball Leagues and later in the majors, "Don't look back. They might be gainin' on ya."
Blessings on the move and the peaceful life. Any day out of big city noise and traffic is a good day.
A true thanksgiving! ^^^^
I hadn't to go up to our river cottage very early one day last week to let some folks in to do some work...
Standing on the front porch just about sunrise, listening to the river, watching to mist rise up off the river....
I can't get there full time soon enough...
Making back-up's. About everything here is moving to the internet, hardly anything goes by paper. Regarding administration a hard disk crash now has the same effect as your house going up in flames. It's no more you have lost one needed specific document you can recover asking the company / government, you lose it all in one instance. I am not sure if most people are ready for such a new world, especially the elderly.
Carousel, Class of '27.
Never realized you are that old
Feeling totally odd, now living again in Montana. Little acclimation and I'll get used to it, no doubt.
32 degs F. here is preferable to Cali at any temp.
Likely will get on at the sawmill
Be very nice to the old guy named "Lefty" that works at the sawmill...
HaHa! Will do!
Foot of snow piled on the vehicle in the last few hours. Wet snow.
I know that feeling (mainly in the back).
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