Alright! IO seems to be up and working again (the issues last night were due to a problem with the server that hosts IO), so I’m not going to bed until I get this post up.
I started a tradition a while back of taking pictures through Cas’ windows at the various places I camped to show what my home and office views are like. Up through 2015, these pictures totaled no more than maybe 12 a year, because much of my year was spent parked for months at a time at various work-camping gigs.
This year everything changed, and when I realized I had 18 pictures already by the start of June when I started editing them on Saturday, I realized I was going to have to split this into two parts. So here’s part 1, which starts at the beginning of the year with a mad dash of a few hundred miles out to Quartzsite, AZ to help give a seminar at the Rubber Tramp Rendezvous, I was about ten minutes late.
Part 2 will come in January after the year is complete. Hope you enjoyed the trip down memory lane!
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I’m not sure about Campbellsville and Murfreesboro, but Haslet campers finally have (optional) overtime this week! I’m working 52 hours (all in the stow department, as Inbound is where the overtime is at) so thank you for your patience as response times to comments, e-mails, and FB messages haven’t been as speedy.
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