Back Home in the Craziness

What a trip that was, but now I am back and at home. Things are crazy here in California, and all over the world. As a result of that things have gotten a lot slower. What does this mean for doing repairs and getting things back out? I cant answer that just yet unfortunately. I am currently on a mandated quarantine for the next 14 days. I am stuck indoors and working from home. Thats good for the things I have here, but not good for things like getting parts and going to the post office. I plan to get all I can done and things will go out, but I just ask that you all understand and dont ask for the impossible during this crazy time were are all currently in. Stay safe, be smart and keep healthy!

5 thoughts on “Back Home in the Craziness

  1. Caught outside of the country? I’m about to pull down my shingle and retire. I’m old enough, and I kinda like being at home after more or less 20+ years on the road. 🙂

    I’ve got plenty of projects starting with my ragtag assortment of Amigas. 🙂

    BTW, I’m rootboy on Amibay.

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  2. Yeah, the travel for work gets old. The worst part is spending weeks at a time in amazing places but stuck working and not getting a chance to go out and explore much.

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    • Exactly. I’m sure that you get asked the same thing; “Did you see such and such when you were over there?”

      My response usually being “No, I’m working 80 hours a week.”

      I remember having dinner at the bar in O’Charley’s, back when my bar tab could be settled over 1/2 of a beer (that changed 🙂 ). I’m exhausted and watching the TV, and eventually I wonder “When is this show ever going to end?” I focused on what I was looking at, and it turned out to be the “Budweiser” sign.

      I also fell asleep at a John Mellencamp concert (and with my girlfriend later on that night. She wasn’t happy about that).

      What is it that you do for a living?

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