Spring is in the air, and you know what that means: time to move. I’ve moved pretty much every spring since I was 18 years old. Now that I’m getting to be an old codger at 27, you would think that I would slow down and stay in one place for longer, but perish the thought, my friends, perish the thought. Here’s the plan for the next few weeks:
Tomorrow, Friday, I move all my stuff out of my house and put it in storage.
Saturday, I go to Seattle with Ryan, Peter, Tony and Bob to see a Mariners game, and then stay with Tanya.
Sunday, I fly to Budapest.
Wednesday, May 17, I go to Prague for a few days.
Sunday, May 21, I return to Budapest.
Tuesday, May 23, I fly back to Seattle.
Wednesday, May 24, I relax.
Thursday, May 25, I fly to Skagway. I will be there until September.
I don’t know my phone number yet, since I don’t know which house I’ll be living in. But I’ll let you know later. If you’ll be in any of the places I will be this summer, I look forward to seeing you. If you’re not sure about taking that trip to Alaska, do it. It’s beautiful. And I’ll give you a free tour.
If I will not see you this summer, I hope to see you sometime soon after that. God bless you.