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Being the extreme introvert that I am, with a whopping side of social anxiety, means I'm rarely able to cash in on any relational capital of my own. Chances are, if any relational capital is being leveraged for me, it's via a family member or that rare (and lucky) close friend. So today, I'm thankful I have family that likes to be social ...
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It's getting towards the end of June and I am making some progress on the boat albeit slowly.
I did not solve my cavitation problem so I will try removing the prop with the boat in the water. Funds prevent me from hauling it for 30 minutes just to do this job. Another boater has loaned me a prop puller and I will attempt to do it snorkeling. If that fails I can rent scuba gear in nearby ...
... a detour through little towns on US 80 and still arrived in good time and daylight, but tired out. Not as young as we used to be. I'll get Randy's face shot tomorrow for everyone to watch his hair grow.
Bedding down tonight so we can have a full day at the market tomorrow. Dogs are sleeping again, but doing well.
God Bless and see you all tomorrow!
Randy and Betty
Today started early, breakfast at Cracker Barrel with Bob & Joan at 7.00. Tried to get a word in, but Jody feeling exceptionally chatty this morning. Hit the road at 7:45, dark clouds looming overhead. We were heading for the Barber Motorsports Museum in Leeds, AL just outside of Birmingham, and the weather report called for afternoon showers from 1PM to 4PM so the plan was to get to Barber by 1, hang ...
No, not that kind of rehab. Restoring old broken down houses back to their original splendor, or as close as we can get to it. There are many homes in serious need of attention and repair, particularily in the West end of Tuscaloosa.
Our Habitat affiliate here recently was awarded a $100,000 grant from the city to be used on twenty such homes. $5,000 per home is not a whole lot to work with, but doing good case work to see where it could ...