It's about time.

Many of you can relate to Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" and what we do to follow our dreams.

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Friday, August 16, 2013

Organized Accomplishments.

Our Location today is Tecumseh, Ontario.

After two nights in a row that we both just were not sleeping right we had a third. Kathy struggled for the first hour to fall asleep but then she seemed to be alright. I got tired of laying in bed after two hours and spent the next two hours reading blogs and checking what was on television at that time of the morning. I finally went back to bed to sleep just before 3:30 and woke up by 7:30. As I sit here writing this post it feels like a ton of bricks sitting on my shoulders.
After breakfast of coffee and cereal we worked on the computers until it was time to go for Kathy’s podiatrist’s appointment. We did manage to get there slightly early but that worked to our benefit because we were on our way back to the apartment before the appointed time. Her toe is finally starting to heal properly so we’ll check back in another three weeks and hopefully it will continue to get better.
Once lunch was completed we immediately started packing the clothes that we planned on bring to the trailer this afternoon. We even gathered a lot of the dry food stocks that we also planned on bringing and living up to our rule of shopping at home before going out to by something fresh while you already have it.
At the trailer I carried everything for Kathy to stow away while I worked to remount our Air-Gate with the new bushings that we had picked up at Vehicle Venture yesterday. We also started the refrigerator to cool it down so when we bring in the perishables it will be ready to go. In less than twenty minutes we were on our way but then everything came to a stop as we were leaving the storage yard. There was a train that crosses the service road near the yard that had traffic at a standstill for about ten minutes.
Once we were moving again we headed over to a do it yourself car wash that we had seen for the first time this morning. The truck needed a good scrubbing after having gone to the storage yard for the last few days it looked like we had been off-roading with it. The high pressure water made short work of the caked on mud in the wheel wells and soon transformed the truck back to the way it should look all the time.
For supper I fired up the Weber Q to grill a couple of Hamburgers while Kathy fixed a nice Greek Salad to go with it. Today everything just seemed to fall into place unlike the disorganized day we had yesterday.
Kathy and I would like to welcome our latest follower Jon Felicia to our blog. Unfortunately according to his profile Jon doesn’t seem to have a post of his own at the present time that we can give a shout out to but if  that changes in the future we’ll try to pass it on. Again welcome aboard Jon.
Tomorrow morning when we hit the road we’ll be bringing our Turbo Hub with us so hopefully we won’t be having the problems we’ve had in the past with Internet connections. Thanks for following along and feel free to leave a comment. Be Safe and Enjoy!

It’s about time.          


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Who Are You on the Chessboard of Work? Rooks: These are the solid role players. They're not that far up the food chain, but they deliver the goods well enough not to be fired by their second or third year. These are the people that are solid, one dimensional, and who probably won't screw things up. These are worker bees.

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