For the gallant few who read this blog, here's a snapshot of what I've been doing lately. Things have been crazy, but it's been a good kind of crazy.
Last week I was busy digging trenches and running new water and electrical lines in preparation for a large grading project here at the house. This weekend, David and I attended the annual Search & Rescue snow training for the second time, shuttling trainees up and down the road on snowmobiles and sleeping in a snow cave at 8,000 ft. It was a blast.
Right now I'm packing for a week of finish carpentry and skiing up in Redding. David and I hope to leave in about an hour. I have yet to finish blogging the Israel trip, and I have a long list of other topics I want to explore and books I need to review.
As my Great-Grandfather used to say "Sleep when you die!"