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  Friday, July 08, 2005

On the Road Again

We'll be driving down to Los Angeles tonight to see family and take care of a post-surgical sister-in-law. I'm hoping to find an open WiFi network again in her apartment complex, but don't be surprised if the blog is quiet for the next few days. Take care, my friends.

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At 7/08/2005 4:57 PM, Blogger Mary said...

Have a safe trip! Bring some cleaner air down with you, please. ;)

At 7/08/2005 5:15 PM, Blogger Mary said...

So I'm reading blogs this Friday afternoon. Shortly after reading yours earlier, I stopped by my friend MommaK's and started clicking through her flickr photos (I requested that she post a photo of her flip-flops. Don't ask.).
I came across this photo and thought of you.

Have one (and a smile) on me. ;)

At 7/08/2005 8:41 PM, Blogger Michelle said...

Drive safely, have a great visit,look forward to all the gossip when you return :o)

At 7/09/2005 1:09 AM, Blogger dkgoodman said...

mmmm... Coke! :)

Made it to North Hollywood safely (er, Valley Village, :mutter:).

There's about 4 WiFi networks I can detect, two of them weren't secured, and one of them had live internet, and here I am.

Trip down went fine. Passed a hill in the East Bay with about three hundred goats munching on the brown grass, spaced about four or five feet apart. Never seen so many goats in one place in my life.

Stopped at a fruit stand to get cherries and nuts, and saw three bunnies hopping around outside.

Just south of Gorman, the whole hillside east of the freeway was in flames. Lots of smoke, but hopefully won't reach you, Mary.

Thanks for thinking of me, you two.


At 7/09/2005 10:28 AM, Blogger Melissa said...

Now I know why I smelled smoke last night. I was too tired to care and went to bed.

What does one do with a herd of goats? Milk them? Sell them for goat barbeque? Some of my coworkers, on special occasions, will buy a dead goat and roast it in the backyard.

Glad that you had a safe trip!

At 7/09/2005 11:33 AM, Blogger dkgoodman said...

One rents a herd of goats to cities and counties for brush removal, which is what I bet was going on in this case.


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