We drove home through the mountains so I had to get at least one pic of at least one mountain.
Ready to roll.
Burlington, VT day trip to visit the kids take three! I’ve got a good feeling about this one.
My mother’s parents both came from a nowhere town in Newfoundland called Dunville. They didn’t actually meet until they moved to Boston, but they did live in the same nowhere town.
Actually, I don’t know that it’s a nowhere town. I don’t know anything about it except that there were people named Power there and other people named Murphy.
I also know that Google Maps says the drive, including two ferry rides, would take about 26 hours.
We should go there.
I want to go back here and never return.
Well here we are. Today is the last Sunday we have with Harry before he leaves for college. Next Sunday is with dad, and the Sunday after that he’ll already be two days into his college career.
So we’re being weird today and driving up to the New Hampshire lakes region for some mini-golf and some wandering and exploring. It’s kinda our thing. The wandering and exploring, not so much the mini-golf, but that’s our excuse-destination.
Pics will be shared, I am sure.
Off we go!
You know how Facebook does that memories thing where it shows you things you posted on this day in history?
10 years ago today we were at the San Diego Zoo. That is both a wonderful thing and a moderately depressing thing because Covid.
Let’s focus on the wonderful part, shall we?
Here I sit, patiently waiting…
Patiently waiting for the severe thunderstorm to wipe us off the map.
Patiently waiting for my mother’s pain issues to come out and play for the night. She has already shown the initial signs.
Patiently waiting for Covid to go away so that we can go on vacation. Jen and I had a precious few minutes together after work and before I had to leave and we spent it watching a Disney World youtube channel. I wanna travel again.
Patiently waiting to go home, but I’ve got about 22 hours or so before that happens.
Okay, it’s time for the 8:00 o’clock pills. I’ll check in again later. Happy trails.
The weather is shitty but we are on the road heading North.
We pulled off the highway for a pit stop and just outside of the gas station entrance we saw this little fox casually strolling up the road.
I didn’t get a picture so here’s a lawn mower instead.
We’re going to see Bellana for a bit today. It’s like Christmas.
Speaking of Christmas, back in December when Covid-19 ruined the traditional extended family Christmas we talked about having a Christmas party in July. Literally Christmas in July. I don’t know if that’s going to happen as we planned it, but I’m still game if everyone else is.
HoHoHo in the sunshine and all that? It could work. We can look back on it as a test drive if we ever find ourselves spending Christmas in Australia.
It could happen, right?
Harry’s not getting the standard graduation party, but we are going to take him back to Disney at some point. We have a date in mind which means we also have a date when we can actually buy tickets for the dates we want to go. There is an entry on our family calendar right now that marks the date when we can first book the dates we want to go… I want to find a way to celebrate that date as a sort of screw you to Covid-19. The ‘Rona messed up Harry’s last two school years and we need to go as overboard as humanly possible on the corrective overreacting. If that means celebrating the day we buy tickets then let’s do it!
I’m trying to write this while watching an episode of Community and my concentration is all over the place. Can you tell or does this post read like it was written by someone with Changnesia?