It seems like forever since I have been able to use the computer. Because of the phone problem, I couldn't get on line, either, and even after I got the phone, I couldn't get my DSL. Well, phooey on them. After trying to rectify the problem three days in a row, I ripped out my verizon modem and called my former dial-up server. They are not too busy serving other customers to re-instate me, so here I am. Things may happen a little more slowly, but at least they do happen.
Well, I am mostly settled in my new home. Only occasionally do I look around and wonder where I am. The dog yard has been completed by Will and escapes by the dogs have ceased after a tumultuous few days. The chicken fence is up, too, and the girls have been outside on the few occasions when I have been home long enough to supervise them. I'm afraid to leave them out while I'm gone until I'm sure no predators are lurking in the vicinity. The last few weeks have been very busy, but now I look forward to a slowing down of activity and time to adjust to my new environment. The Salmon Festival, Paint Eastport Day, putting up Elizabeth's and my show at the gallery, and teaching the Ederhostel class are all recent events that I will document a little in the next few days (with pictures, of course). Right now I have to get ready to go to the organ concert. Oh, the pace of life in Eastport!