Tomorrow, bright and early, I head south for another month on my little steel beach. I'm ready.
This has been one of the best vacations I've had since taking to shorter voyages four years ago. I hate to see it end, but I'm ready.
Lots of blogfodder, but I'm just waiting for my wife to make me my last Caiperinha for this voyage. I'll say this: either my truck is getting longer, or they're making parking spaces shorter. After a lot of driving and parking here and there these past few weeks, my full-sized truck with full 8' bed doesn't seem to fit anywhere anymore. I'm kind of wishing I bought a short-bed full sized truck like Jay G's.
Also, sushi. Very happy that I had it after running my errands today. Eating raw fish, drinking a pair of scorpion bowls and then running around in 95-degree sun could have been bad.
Finally I got to catch up with an old friend who is home on leave from the army. We spent yesterday out on George's Island in the Boston Harbor islands, which will be a post of its' own.
And all that was left was a giant dust cloud
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