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On the road again.

Since taking a new position this spring, I have enjoyed the lack of travel that came with the change flow of life. However, all good things seem short lived as I must now start traveling again on a somewhat regular basis's. The travel will be one to two nights a week during the summer months and then I can go back to less travel come the winter months when sales slow down and customers don't want to see me as much.

And due to the lack of a computer to travel with, up loading pictures will come at less regular intervals for present time.

And just for the record...I flipp'in snowed on me Wednesday....Snow in June. I have pictures to prove it. Stay tuned.


Travel said…
How nice that the travel season corresponds so nicely with the girls being out of school for the summer.

No company laptop?

Snow in June, it must be the blue truck causing bad karma.

WickedHamster said…
Just for the record (context is WC's comment on TravelPenguin of June 04, "Alive"), my current car is red, previous car was black; I was window shopping on the web last night for cars and decided both the ones I was looking at looked best in black, and one also in red. Once again, WC demonstrates his immaculate taste!
WickedHamster said…
PS: No company laptop? These Canadians are positive barbarians!!!
Rogue Squirrel said…
My snow was better than your snow. So WAHH!!!

WickedHamster said…
Hmmm... Been a while since a new post. He must be cleaning the muzzle of the "hospitality committee" for new boyfriends.

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