Revisiting the Past
While I continue to struggle with a return to "civilization", I thought I'd really challenge myself with a flash to the past. From a country house in the woods of Pennsylvania, I flew out of BWI to work a 5-day technology event in San Antonio. The resort was gorgeous, the food fab, and it was good to see familiar faces from my event production days while meeting a few new compadres. That said, the airport experience (it's been 3.5 years since I've flown), the 14-hour days, and the constant intrusion of technology (phone and tablet always in hand), just about did me in! Sometimes technology does NOT make life easier!
From here, some semblance of myself arrived late one night at the door of a dear friend in Easton, Maryland (yes, the old stomping ground). With business to take care of, stuff to check, and many friends to see over just 5 days, it was a hurried visit. Nevertheless, I still fit in a few bike rides to revisit my favorite routes on the Shore. It was fun, and great to be greeted with open arms by many, many people.
As winter returns, I'm journeying south as I must be warm! Three stops to make before this year's "seasonal job" puts me in a whole new universe. Stay tuned!
11/14/2016 06:57:15 pm
Judy: I do remember you taking Paul and I to Neavitt Landing that is just spectacular. That storage unit though is a nightmare, how can you retrieve anything? Love your signature posting that always includes your bike in front of an existing or former post office.
11/16/2016 11:07:14 am
Retrieve anything? Like what? I just visit annually to make sure it's not flooded and the stuff is still there! Actually, I've tossed (never used) stuff in from my car both years! Less is more.
11/16/2016 01:06:55 pm
Judy: Funny you should mention never used stuff, Just this morning looked at 4 unpacked boxes in the garage that have been there for over a year.
11/21/2016 08:12:21 pm
I must say this is a hilarious photo. Can you spot the one that doesn't belong? LOL!
11/22/2016 07:20:38 pm
I'm trying to hide!
11/22/2016 04:36:54 pm
Gypsy is honored to be the first dog featured on your blog! I know there was a reason she acquired her red vest. Thanks for taking time to visit as you cruised through Easton. Blessings for a warm and wonderful winter.
11/22/2016 07:21:29 pm
Linda ...thanks for visiting and yes, it's a lovely warm winter thusfar! Great to catch up "live" and hope you enjoy the holidays. Keep me posted, eh?
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