Winter Waxing Moon of the Cold Month
Ancientrails hits the road tomorrow, coming to you cyberlive from Denver, Colorado in the new and rapidly expanding area around the old Stapleton Airport. There will be wonderful grandchildren stories, important updates on children and a report on the interior of the Denver Mint. Don’t miss anything. Especially those grandchildren stories. I can already tell you how they begin: Ruth is the most amazing 4 year old I’ve ever known and here’s why. Same for Gabe only 2 year olds.
We’ll be there a week, the newly liberated Kate and the still liberated me, easing in to this new full-time togetherness thing. We took a reluctant Vega and Rigel, along with old hand Kona, over to Armstrong Kennels. Like always, once they got out of the truck and into the lobby, ok, the entry area, they started sniffing around and seemed quite alright with us leaving. So we did.
Lunch at Azteca which was on the way home, a nap, a business meeting. This had good news. Our finances are in the best shape they’ve been in since ever. A propitious moment at which to retire. We sorted through the various tasks remaining before Kate’s big party on the 20th, considered the positive news of Kate’s retirement again, and finished.
I’ve been putzing around on various computer related matters since then. I’ve managed to create or acquire three nagging problems, ones I’ve not been able to fix and it annoys me, but we’re leaving tomorrow and they will wait until we get back. Fortunately, my netbook, which travels with me, isn’t one of them.