Saturday, September 30, 2006

Foggy and 48 degrees

Yep, that's what I woke up to yesterday. Summer appears to be over in this neck-o-the-woods. Glad we're headed south. It was pretty though. I'm enjoying just puttsing around the motorhome. Being alone is not a problem as long as I have computer stuff to do and books to read ... and naps to take :-). mmmmmmmm .... naps, my favorite. I gotta admit though, I'm not inclined to go sightseeing - that is something I much prefer to share. Jim says he wants to see the Mammoth Caves, so I'll wait for him to come back for that. Besides - I don't have a car - it's at the Lexington airport. I believe the caves are biking distance - I may take a ride if it's nice weather tomorrow. Today is drizzly. I did take a little bike ride around the park. Then I planned to just sit at the computer and do work & play. But, my Internet connection was so slow I couldn't upload web-pages or connect to remote client computers. I'll need to contact my satellite provider on Monday if it hasn't cleared up. Meanwhile - I was forced to read a book! Luckily, I have a great book - The World is Flat by Thomas Friedman. It's non-fiction about how technology and the opening-up of China and India is leveling the playing field for all types of workers world-wide. Here's a link to where you can buy it at Amazon if you're interested.

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