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Brian and I have made up our minds to move to San Francisco with our dog Baxter.
We plan to drive my car, a compact 3-series BMW, loaded with all of our earthly belongings and our 2 bikes. We have several stops planned along the way and are ready to start our own life together. This blog documents our quick adventures as I spend 2 weeks between jobs, living life to the fullest with my 2 loves.
... But there is such a thing as New Overload. It's not pretty. So in order to short circuit things before they hit that point, we had a whole day of quiet time at Uncle Rob's house. Naps were taken. TV shows were watched. Books read. Photos edited. iPad deployed. And music was listened to. Actively. Often.
Meanwhile, the Mister and Uncle Rob did some day drinking, breeze shooting and are now at a baseball game -- the Durham Bulls (our beloved Rays AAA minor league ...
Bam! Feet hit the floor after a semi-good night's sleep.
Whoosh! Three people get ready for another's day travel.
Boom! Two tons of luggage gets repacked in the car.
Snarf! Breakfast is consumed at the IHoP next to the hotel.
Stop! There's a cute girl (and French, no less) at the table next to us. And with that, the rhythm of the morning takes a different turn.
Leave it to a woman to divert Will's attention from his Rooty Tooty Fresh and Fruity ...
... I do.
Next was the AT&T store to add a few more days to my phone plan as it expires on the 21st and I need the phone till the 28th. She told me to get a $2 a day plan and pay for it now but I have to call them on the 21st to change it over. She couldn't just change it there and then. Some things are never easy.
Regina decided we needed dessert, so we went to a place called ...
... together so that it was strong enough to keep even the toughest animals out.
They had hanging some tanned racoon, fox, groundhog, possum and skunk skins that the Indians used for clothing. Amazingly, the skunk skins are wonderfully soft and quite beautiful to look at and their smell has been removed. Not sure if it is naturally gone or if it had help.
The walk to the ...