Monday, July 07, 2014

Shoving Off

After twelve days off - which included two and a half days for the Million Miler banquet and one day dedicated to 4th of July festivities - we are going back to work tomorrow.

Above is another container ship photo from Savannah which I'm using to illustrate us leaving the harbor of relaxation and heading back out into the big sea of freight.  Except with roads.  Aren't I clever?

Anyway, it's been hellishy hot and humid here in the South, but at least Hurricane Arthur missed us.  Unfortunately, the entire country is still painted the color of summer, not a blue spot on the entire map.

I don't know where I'm going to hide until Fall.    

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2013: Bean By Day
2012: The Honey-Do List
2011: Following The Trail Of The Father Of Our Country To The Place Where A Cuckoo Flew Over A Nest
2010: Amid The Corn
2009: I’m Going To Be A Millionaire!!!
2008: How I Do Love A Colorful Lunch Plate
2007: Lucky Sevens
2006: My Head Has Been In The Clouds For Weeks
2005: Chunky Cheese


Gil said...

The heat and humidity are coming back up here later in the week. I hope you get some runs where the weather is more to your liking.

Belledog said...

The call of the wild, to deliver through the Northern territories.

Polar vortex ahead, for brief relief. Chill on.