August 6, 2008

Cat's Back

Ah, sorry to break up the fun, kids...but I'm back. Webgod was right - Internet you get at a drive-thru (or, say, Rogers) is crap. We were pretty much unplugged the whole time.

We left the Maritimes (or most of it) pretty much as good as we found it. Which was awesome, by the way. If you've delayed a trip out east as long as I had, go. It is amazing. The RV was definitely an experience - you'll get to read more about it in the Star and the Spec in a couple of weeks. We got in last night - the hulk is still in the driveway, waiting to go back this morning.

First, I'd like to thank Jeff for a crackerjack posting. He told me he almost broke his hands trying not to swear, but his post was better than many of mine - and the comments were fun, too. Of course, all this took place behind my back, so I just discovered all of it when I got in. Oh, and only 4 things, Jeff? I'll give you guys a list on him a little later - ten, no problem.


We were without newspapers for the most part for the past ten days - which makes me like a junkie without a fix. My boys were without their Warcraft game, which makes them even worse. We're slowly readapting - kettle's boiling. More later.

*Oh, one other thing. I screwed up in the current Wheels column, and confused the town of Minett with Minden. I apologise for the sloppiness.


Blogger OmemeeOzzie said...

Welcome back!

This mouse thing still confounds: is it a wired mouse or wireless; optical or rollerball; is it really upside down or just backwards? -- I have this mental image of a sheep on its back at this point...

And OK, you are special, but why use the mouse in this manner?

Does anyone else know of anyone, absolutely anyone that uses a mouse as Lorraine does?

I suspect you may be more special than you think. Unique springs to mind!

August 06, 2008 10:32 AM  
Blogger DJW said...

Welcome back.

having been to NS as a kid, I know what you experienced. Did the 'Hulk' fit through the covered bridge in New Brunswick?

I retract the comment I made while you were away; you are indeed the Erma Bombeck of our generation.
I'm working in your town for the next several weeks, so I'd better be nice or you may drive by and throw cupcakes at me.


August 06, 2008 4:38 PM  

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