So I guess it’s sort of official. Debra and I are seriously looking into moving to another part of the country. Living in California is just getting less and less advantageous. I have some serious work to do on my resume but with guidance from some folks I know I should be able to get it ‘up to snuff’ so to speak.

I really don’t expect anything to happen overnight of course, but the prospect of some completely new chapter in our lives is really exciting. At one point we were really interested in the Kingman Arizona area… somewhere in or around there. However during all this time, the IT field just doesn’t look to be very large so we’ve set our sights closer to the east coast area instead. The more we think about this and discuss it, the more exciting it becomes. The first thing is that it would put both of us closer to more of the family on both sides. There is also a great deal more “riding country” to see along with a vast amount of national history.

I think we’re about ready for some change in our lives. If anyone in the east (Tennessee or there about) happens to stumbles across this… and is looking for someone with over 20 years of experience in the computer field, please reach out to me and let’s talk. I may have the experience that you’re looking for.

 

So Deb and I decided to go out for a little scoot through the back country of San Dieg last Saturday (7-9-2016). We took our favorite loop and stopped in at Major's Coffee Shop in Pine Valley. I had sent a text to one of our dear friends at Motoworld ( Tony B) to see if he'd be there and sure enough he said he would be. I'm really glad that we did that because Tony had something really exciting to tell us. And here is what it was about:

By: Rear Area Support Foundation

 

Hosted by: Indian Motorcycles of El Cajon and Motoworld of El Cajon

Deb and I WILL be making this event for sure and we plan to be there for both days... all day. We strongly encourage anyone that can participate to PLEASE do so!!

Well… this has been an interesting day so far. First, at 12:57 AM we’re rudely awakened by a really loud splash in the pool. Of course this got the cats all excited, so I got up and went outside to see what all the commotion was about. Turned out to be a big raccoon that decided he wanted to take a swim. LOL After he climbs off over the fence I just went back to bed thinking all will be fine.

Wow… even though it was a short week it sure seemed awful long. LOL  But here it is Saturday morning, all the morning routine work is done and looks like it might turn out to be another beautiful day in San Diego. Chapter president had an equally difficult week and I guess he intends to get his bike out a “shake the stink off” ride. I’m hoping that Deb and I can join him if she feels up to it. I know I sure do… the poor “Stratolounger” hasn’t been out of the garage in about three weeks now.