The house is totally packed. The large men with tattoos and hairy arms will be here tomorrow at 9AM. The cable guy will reclaim the converters and modem. The addy change cards are in. The utilities canceled. Fast food menus are at the ready. The buyers will do their walk-through tomorrow night. The closing is at 9AM Thursday. A quick stop at the bank to close accounts, and then onto I-95 North. 24 or so hours later, that big beautiful NYC skyline will fill my windshield.<br><br>Home at last. Home at last! Thank-gawd-a'mighty I's home at last! <br><br>I won't be plugged in again 'til July 6. So youse all have a great 4th!<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>24 or so hours later, that big beautiful NYC skyline will fill my windshield.<p><hr></blockquote><p>24 or so hours? For that distance? You must have picked up some driving habits from the fogies down there.<br><br>
_________________________ Old farts, the hidden caulk of civilization. Jim Atkinson
Loc: Beautiful Southern California
Have a safe trip Steve, glad to know you will finally be heading back to your town you so love. Just walking the streets when you get there will recharge your creative juices to heights you haven't experienced for too long.<br><br>
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