Whew! After that gigantic, slightly better than epic road trip (see previous posts), we found ourselves back in San Diego. And just in time to celebrate Randy’s 50th one more (and last) time, participate in the San Diego Climate March, play a couple more rounds of golf, go sailing on Mission Bay, squeeze in a trip to DC for Jody, and, of course, eat. It’s always so good for the soul to be home (but not so great for the waistline).
The summer of 2019 was fabulous, as we traveled to amazing places and saw so many of our brethren who are so dear to us. I know we’ve said this before, but there’s no way to adequately express how lucky we feel to be living the life we’re living. I am in this charmed position in which I don’t have to work (at the moment anyway) thanks to my dedicated, tenacious, and generous spouse. Without his commitment to his work and his clients (and a reliable cellular data connection), we would not be where we are right now. So incredibly lucky. Just a smidgen of advice should you choose to accept it…Spend time with your people. Wherever they are. Even if you don’t think you have time, make time. It will fill you up and memories will be made that can forever be cherished. (How’s that for sappy?) Just do it.
Welp, there’s no telling what the upcoming year has in store for us, but check back here now and then and you’ll find out. Thanks to everyone who contributed photos for the SD and DC post, and thanks to all of our subscribers for sticking with us…Enjoy!
Awe, thanks, Mike. So, so bummed we missed you while in Tahoe. Won’t happen again! Love you, man!
Need to extend your blue trail line a little further West in Michigan! Remember Little Point Sable! Cheers!!
Busted! I didn’t include our little side trip down south, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t happen! AND, it was definitely a highlight!!
Of all the neat pictures and sentiments the best one might just be ….. the red checked shorts! LOL!!
Haha!! Love those shorts! He even played better while wearing them 😉 Miss yous!
We always enjoy your updates with wonderful pictures portraying beautiful spots, lots of food and Fraser weirdness. Thanks so much
Fraser weirdness, indeed. Sorry we missed you guys!
Just love your journeys, for me, friends and family are it, Happy belated birthday big fella.