You humans have HD TV and even HG TV but I have the best TV of all. HC TV. Mom and Dad set it up for me today. It took awhile because Mom kept making him move it to a different spot but eventually they settled on this. It didn't take long for the birds to find it. Squirrels too, so I'm all set - now with beautiful HC TV. So, you can HAVE your Netflix binge watching. I have live streaming.
|HC TV channel 1|
|Does this bird feeder make my butt look big?|
Okay Rio...... I've got it from here. Nothing more dangerous than a cat that can type. I guess I do need to make an update though. He was right about that. A little over a month ago my boss called me and said that he was leaving. He was offered a position with another company and decided to take the plunge. Good for him, I told him. You always have to be looking to better yourself. As it turned out it was good for me as well. I was offered his position and in short order went from Field Supervisor of the Utah project to Project Manager of our traveler resources and small projects. This means I directly supervise our growing traveling force of RV full-timers and manage about 20 projects from Texas to Virginia to Florida. It's a huge learning curve but 6 weeks into it - with the help of many people at the office - I'm getting a handle on things. I'm in a position now where I can make a big difference in our travelers' lives and I'm excited to be their advocate.
Needless to say though, our world has changed. It's a job that has to be done from the home office here in Atlanta - at least for a few years - so we've settled down for a bit, close to the mother-ship. The plan is to eventually find a piece of land closer to the North Georgia mountains where I can still reach Atlanta but not have to live in the Metro. My new job still will involve traveling, mostly airplanes and rental cars, but LuLu will still be hitting the road if needed. We're really going to miss Utah and our friends that are there now enjoying that slice of heaven but felt this was the best path for my career. We are both excited about this and are looking forward to a new chapter in our lives.
Now that we're staying in one place for a while, and I'm not walking 8 miles a day surveying gas lines, Margo and I decided to get back into the gym. As some of you know, before we hit the road we were gym rats so it's nice to get back into it. Sure, I much prefer to walk a country road than run on a treadmill but the promotion is worth it. The gym is close by - it's actually just down the street - so we're taking spinning classes again, playing racquetball and making it our new anchor. There's yoga for Margo and a sauna for me.
The blog will obviously continue. It IS "Tales and Trails" so many more tales to come. Some trails too since LuLu will still hit the road occasionally. Also, we have a cat that is a prolific writer so who knows what's coming next.
Till next time,
Kevin - (unless Rio gets to it before I can).