Friday, July 8, 2011


No, we did not run away and join the circus.  We are still in Sequim, but we did leave for Eastern Washington and stayed there five days to help My Mom and Stepfather.  My Mom just had colon surgery to remove a pre-cancer spot, and she is having a tough go for recovery.  We enjoyed our visit and like seeing her make some progress back to good health.  Eat and do your walking, Mother!

26LargeStill very busy with the house building (and will be until the end of July).  The mortgage paperwork is in order and approved, home insurance in place, furniture and appliances purchased and ready for delivery.  Need to contact garbage service, internet connection, and television hookup.  Remaining belongings previously stored in Eastern Washington are now moved and stored in Sequim.  Lots of sss….stuff relocated--glad we downsized for our full-time RV gig or we would have needed professional movers.  Moving is not for the faint of heart.  

We are ready to jump into some fun stuff this week and forget about the house for a while.  Starting July 15, Sequim celebrates their lavender industry—lots of local lavender farms open (we drive by several on the way to our house), 150 vendors will be selling in the local park, live music, and artist studio tours.  Seems the event is internationally known and the small town of Sequim will be grid-locked with tourists.  Time to be a tourist and indulge in some downtime.


  1. No moving is not for the faint of heart, that is for sure. Just finding a place for everything so that it is functional and somewhat attractive is daunting. Good luck to you and happy 'travels'.

  2. I agree that moving is not for the faint of heart. We are getting ready to move our son and his girlfriend and are dreading the hard work but looking forward to getting them settled.


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