Now that the deal is closed (as of last week), there are still many details to be settled and/or arranged. And the advent of the PC was supposed to reduce paperwork ... ha! How many of you remember that? "The paperless office", they claimed.
But I digress a bit. So while I'm narrowing down the list of to-do's, life goes on. It's left me with little time to think about blogging.
That should improve soon.
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There is one thing ...Going back about three weeks, we had 13 days during which it rained all day, or nearly so. Then we've had nearly a week of sunshine, but that comes to an end today. Some wind and rain are moving back in by mid-morning, or so the weather-guessers tell us. Some of those rains over the next four or five days could be substantial, by Anchorage standards.
Folks from tornado alley would wonder what all the fuss is about. Long-time Anchorage residents think a quarter-inch rainfall is significant. I try to tell them about some of the Missouri storms, wherein we received eight inches of rain in four hours, and they just stare blankly. It's inconceivable to them.
Folks on the Gulf of Alaska coast (which isn't that far from here) know better. They routinely see rainfall totals which would have Anchorage-ites building an ark.
Oh well, at least we wouldn't to go far to find critters. :)
So that's all for now. Y'all take care; thanks for stopping by.