The deed is done, the commitment is made (and the money is paid). It’s now ours.
What a place!!! Just sitting on the screened porch, I could feel myself detoxing. Gonna have to make absolutely sure, though, that those screens are perfectly maintained. Lots of mosquitoes. And fireflies. And dragonflies. And owls. And frogs — LOTS of frogs — so many that conversation is tough on that porch at night.
And trails throughout the woods… which will mean lots of trail maintenance. I suppose I’ll need to learn to handle a chainsaw, eh?
Meanwhile, back at the (TX) ranch, things have gotten a tad chaotic, and there’s very little motivation now to deal with it. We’re going to start boxing now, and pull the move schedule forward a couple of weeks.
Peace is calling me. It’s time to go.
Congratulations and best wishes on your new adventure.
Please remember and continue to post!
Thanks for leaving Texas. It should increase both the IQ and patriotism in New Hampshire and Texas.
It looks heavenly!
Woodrow too. Folks like you are good for my sense of humor (although you rarely seem to understand the joke).