Sorry for the lack of commentary here on the blog this week, but I've been mentally distracted since getting back to town from Alabama last weekend...getting ready to go out of town again this weekend.
This trip we're heading to the mountains of Northwest Georgia.
That, and professionally I've had a bunch of paper work and design crap to do this week and when I had the time to write something I was too mentally exhausted to write anything interesting or even provocative.
Believe me, when someone as outspoken and opinionated as I can be feels like they don't have anything worth reading to say or write it's a red letter day on the calendar.
I must be getting old and lame or something.
But in the mean time...
My dear old friend Matt who I've known since the second grade in elementary school has a vacation house in a golf course development up in north Georgia, and he insists on having something called "Mancamp" two or three times a year where a some of our old classmates get together and fart and belch and drink BEER and hit a few occasional golf balls and brag and do other Manly stuff.
Turns out that I missed the first couple of "Mancamp" events and I started becoming the butt of jokes about not being allowed out of the house without supervision, so I showed them all last time and came to the event and brought my girlfriend and my dog.
And once again this trip I've poisoned the well water by insisting that I bring my two girls (Pat and Missy the Turbo Pup) so some of the wives and girl friends are also showing up (hopefully only one wife and/or girlfriend per classmate.)
The original purpose of this trip was to do some repair and renovations on a giant concrete "deck" slab which is in Matt's back yard overhanging a little creek which flows through the area.
Of course eating and drinking and other social activities have gradually overwhelmed the weekend's calendar but I hope to at least get some lumber installed around the perimeter of the hulk and get it jacked back up somewhere close to level before we leave town on Sunday.
That said, it's time to scramble around doing some more packing and stuff, so you'll have to excuse me while I tend to the processes at hand.
(stay tuned hopefully to some nice postings of fall foliage pictures)