Samhain Waning Thanksgiving Moon
Yee Ow! Into the Sierra Club for the final interview round. Snow began coming down. The interviews were good, and the after processing was good, but the snow continued to fall. When I googled MNDOT for road conditions, all roads were red leading home. So. I went over to the Merry Lanes and hung around while the Sierra Club staff engaged in team building by knocking (some) pins down. It was fun, but I didn’t get me home. Finally, around 5:40 I decided to come home anyhow. It took me over an hour–a ride that took me 30 minutes just this morning–never going higher 30 mph and mostly 20 mph.
Then, to sink the knife in deeper, the great unsolved problem of our homeplace confronted me, again. That is, a sloped ascent packed with snow. I tried for another half an hour to drive up and into the garage stall, but even with the help of the granite grit, I finally gave up, too tired from the day and the commute. So the Celica sits about half up the driveway, a task for tomorrow. Sigh.
Once Kate retires I plan to drive the truck (4 wheel drive) in instances like this. No problem crawling up the hill then.
Latin went well this morning. Decided to stay on a weekly schedule for now.