Pointing the Airstream South

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I can’t believe that June and July have raced by so quickly.  They’ve gone so fast that our departure has crept up on me.  In one week the Airstream will be packed up and pointed South!  Our time in New England is nearly at an end.

The next major stop for the Airstream will be in the mountains of Georgia, near the start of the Appalachian Trail.  I haven’t been there since 2001, when I set off to hike the AT myself!  It should be an interesting trip, and we’re looking forward to working with our next client.  Of course, we’ll still be on the East Coast which means I’ll still be grousing about humidity.  Crazy how much the desert southwest has spoiled me!

From Georgia it looks like we’ll be journeying west once more.  But that could change pretty quickly.  If a client pops up along the way we’ll work with them.  That’s one of the benefits to having a portable home and office all in one.  Sure it’s cramped sometimes, but how many people can bring their office with them to a client site?  Not many.  And who wants to stay in a long term motel?  Yeah, I’ll take my pillow cases over anyone else’s!

Finally, as you can see I’ve kept the updated layout.  Soon I might be adding image sliders to the top, but I figured we could ease into this change the same way I ease into swimming in the lake here.  A little bit at a time, and then there’s no “Oh, that’s cold,” shock!

Additionally, I’m working on another project idea that might pop up here in the next few days.  If I decide to go for it I’ll need every reader’s help with it, so be prepared!

I hope everyone has been having a great summer and getting out when they can.  I know, you probably think I’m out playing all the time, but honestly most of my time is still spent in front of the computer.  The view out the window is nice though, but I haven’t taken full advantage of where I am lately.  Given the fact our project is wrapped up I’ll take the next few days to relax a bit, do some more canoeing, and take a swim or two (just gotta ease into that water).

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