It's been a long while since I've posted here. Lots of stuff happening but I'll spare you most of it (for now). I'll especially spare you any politics for as long as I can hold my tongue.
Terry and I have been busy doing our usual stuff. Mostly she's been traveling for various sewing classes and conventions while I've been hanging around the neighborhood. Some hunting last fall (I got a nice 8-point buck on opening day), some birding (still seeing the usual winter birds with only a few of the summer/migrants arriving), some gardening (rebuilding a raised bed that was starting to rot away), and a few short trips together into NJ for family stuff (Christmas, birthdays, etc.).
One major change that just took place was the trading of our 2007 Toyota Tundra for a 2017 Tundra. The "old" truck had 177,400 miles on the odometer and had see several trips up to Clova, Quebec for fishing; several trips with and without the trailer across country to the Pacific Coast; to Florida (no trailer); to Nova Scotia (with) and even to Alaska (again, with the trailer). We'll break the new one in easy like with a trip to Oregon in June without the trailer in tow and then to Clova (again trailerless) in July.
|2007 Tundra has been a good workhorse.|
|2017 Tundra has yet to be tested but holds great promise.|