Monday, September 12, 2011

Serious case of delinquency going on here.

The last post we were in Fairbanks.
This one we're in Phoenix.
After last rounds of visiting and those nasty good bye things, 3 of us caught a flight to Phoenix on Tuesday night .... of last week.
We arrived in the land of heat and sunshine with our precious cargo intact.
Us gals sort of ended up being the transporters of things that couldn't travel in the trailer.
I'm telling you. We have our priorities right.
The china got to ride.

Since getting here we've done some heat adjusting.
I will admit to several of us being nauseated the first day.
It's getting better and I don't think it has hit 100 today.
I'm keeping my fingers crossed that we have a house to rent this week.
It is a bit more pricey than I would have wanted. I am on the serious cheap. Really bad.
It does have a few amenities tho'.
The crystal clear pool being under the heading of "Really really want but not necessary".
Maybe necessary.

Over the weekend I was able to attend Mother's Camp in Prescott.
If memory serves me correctly, I've only missed the past 3 years.
It felt oh so good to be back there.
Next year the camp will be held at our own Kamp Kipa!! Can't wait!!

My computer was somewhere in Montana this morning.
We've had problems with credit and debit cards along the way through Canada.
Rule No. 1: Notify banks and credit card companies when you are traveling.
In case there was any hint of Jari's blood pressure crashing ... it's been held right up there!
I'm guessing that we'll have the guys back here tomorrow sometime!

In the meantime, wherever you are in the world, have a great day!
I'm working on a wee bit of sun to long unexposed parts.
Sadly those parts include feet and legs.
It has been a while!


mom said...

Was there room in someones freezer for your fish? Hate to lose that.
How much were you able to bring.
I know the large chest freezer was
full. I really regret forgetting
to get a picture of the freezer with lid up. I'm used to a freezer
with pkgs. of meat wrapped in white
paper, not fish in see through plastic.

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