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Monday, March 14, 2016

Where are we now?



So there we were, heading down Rt. 75 towards the Everglades. We had reservations at a couple of campgrounds down there. My lovely wife and I got to talking and came to the conclusion that we wanted to head north instead of south. Basically, we missed family and friends.

At the next exit we did a 180 and headed north. My lovely wife worked the cell phone and canceled our reservation. We decided to spend a couple nights in the Ocala National Forest. After that we camped four nights in South Carolina at a nice campground right on the ocean.

Eventually we made our way to my oldest daughter's place in Massachusetts. From there it was to southern New Hampshire to visit friends. After that we came to stay the night at my second daughter's place in the Great North Woods.

My son-in-law and I went up to the house to turn the power and heat on. The next day my lovely wife and I moved back home. The cold water is already up and running, but the hot water side of the plumbing will wait until tomorrow.

The place seems to have survived the winter fairly well. Almost all the snow is gone, but the lake is still frozen. The house needs some cleaning and organization, but that will happen soon enough.

-Sixbears

20 comments:

  1. Be it ever so humble... - Glad the remainder of your trip was safe.

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    1. Glad to make it back home without getting stopped by the police. Was unable to get a replacement driver's license through the mail. They wouldn't issue one until I was in a NH DMV office.

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  2. Sometimes there is no place like home.

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    1. It'll feel better once everything is back where it belongs instead of cluttering up the kitchen. No energy for that tonight.

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    1. So are we. Not something to take for granted.

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  4. This will be a winter we all will remember. Glad your back home! Sit back, relax and make plans for next winter either with the O-Day or something else?

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    1. At least the Oday. It was a good feeling to see it survived the winter in good shape. Took some comfort in that.

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  5. You just wanted out before the primaries Tuesday. :) Glad you had a safe trip. Stay off the lake you know the story of the Titanic.

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    1. You are on to me. We've been avoiding politics a fair bit this winter.

      Ice is thin right now. They say it was a very mild winter here.

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  6. They were right. Exceptionally mild winter. Home can be so nice.
    Welcome home.

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    1. It's colder here, but the people are warm.

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  7. Glad you had a safe trip home. Glad things are as they should be.

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    1. Things should be sorted out in a few days. The house opening is going well.

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  8. Welcome home! Looking forward to enjoying some java with you and the Mrs.!

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    1. Pick a day and a time and we'll get together. Good to be back.

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  9. Glad you two clicked your heels together - there is no place like home!

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    1. It's been six months since we last lived in our own home. It's time.

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