(First written 8/4/06)
I know it’s not a week since I wrote my last blog entry, but I have to share this thought. (With whom, I wonder? Does anyone read these blog entries? Please let us know.) Anyway, I was thinking how much easier it is in Clemmie to get up and go somewhere. Basically a question of securing a few things inside and remembering to unplug. A few moments only. We forgot one day, but a fellow camper hollered at us that we were dragging our electric cable – thankfully before we got far enough to do any damage. Athough Bill just said, but tomorrow I have to undo the water hose as well. Back on Callipygia (where are you now, dear sweet boat?) departure was a big deal, a long checklist of things to prepare and to not forget. Much as I loved those years, I’m glad I don’t have that burden on my shoulders any more. Nowadays, the worst that can happen to us is that we get stuck by the side of a road somewhere – in our very own home. We can’t drown.