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Al and I are thrilled that you have found your way to our blog. We hope you enjoy reading our journal and viewing our photographs of the natural wonder of our United States of America. Let's hit the road together!
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Sunday, December 11, 2011

That's About It

Work, sleep, eat. Take two Tylenol and repeat. That's life right now. Tonight gets even better...12 hour shifts start for the next week. Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday I will be fulfilling your Amazon orders from 5:30PM until 6:00 AM. Oh boy!

No more news than that, except the lake is finally receding. They are releasing water a little at a time from the reservoir. Al took a little video of the torrent for your viewing pleasure.


Hopefully my next update will show that 1. we've survived peak season 2. the house closing is finally done, and 3. our holding tank has been replaced. Until then, please cross your fingers for us!

6 comments:

  1. Here's hoping you have the best possible outcomes on all 3.

    I want to apologize for doing so much Amazon ordering this year and making your job even harder. But I had all those thank you points which translated into pretty much free gifts for the holiday. Nice on my new downsized budget for sure. And kudos to you all. Everything arrive speedily and in great shape.

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  2. Hang in there...you are a survivor!!

    We will keep fingers crossed for everything to work out for you and then you can run away to FLORIDA!!

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  3. Work, sleep, and eat. Not sure I would like to go back to that:( Hang in there:)

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  4. Fingers crossed for you on all 3 things!!
    Beth

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  5. That is a lot of water. Good luck getting through the next few weeks.

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  6. Dave From WaldenwoodsDecember 20, 2011 at 6:42 PM

    Hi Karen and Al!

    I finally found your blog!

    I've enjoyed catching up on your adventures!

    I hope by now your black water tank is fixed.

    It was great getting to know you last summer. Thanks again for all of your support through my "tree" ordeal :)

    All is well here, and I hope that all continues to be well for you!

    Merry Christmas!

    Dave (Brandon) from Waldenwoods.

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