Archive | April, 2019

A Day of Touring

I decided on a drive to Oak Glen this morning, wanting to have breakfast up on the mountain. It was a perfect idea; no traffic on the freeway, and clear blue sky. After breakfast, I drove to Oak Glen Preserve for a walk on the nature trails. Listening to nature was nearly a lost cause, […]

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Oldies Car Show in Orange

Kat and I wandered around the oldies car show in our town plaza this past Sunday. The sky was clear, the sun hot, and we forgot to bring our hats. We attempted to stay on the shady side of the street, but the cars just kept calling us over. Lucky for no sunburn! I was […]

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Out to Pasture

My retirement from the full-time working rat race is coming to a conclusion in three weeks and two days! I’m happily turning myself out to pasture as of April 30. That final Monday and Tuesday won’t include much in the way of work, though, with the 30th consisting solely of an exit interview with some […]

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