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Far too busy

Tuesday, January 20th, 2009

I’ve been in a bit of a rut. I haven’t had much time for cycling/hiking/etc., since starting my own business. As it turns out, I’m a real hardass, as a boss. Working for myself, there are no “business hours,” only long lists of things that need to be accomplished, most of which I can’t bill to anyone. I think I am getting some things in order now, though, so hopefully I can start billing more hours soon.

Anyway, I haven’t been completely inactive. I do have a little catching up to do. Back on January 10-11, a friend of Sarah’s, who came to our wedding, came to visit with his girlfriend. We hiked about 2.5 miles on the 10th at Frances Slocum State Park, and a bunch of snow fell during our hike. We did a shorter hike on the 11th on the Levee Trail. When we weren’t hiking, we played some games and generally hung out.  Great times. I’m not going to go into more detail about the hikes, but here are a few photos.

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5 Responses to “Far too busy”

  1. Myles/ rattrappress Says:

    I was wondering what happened to you. I hope things work out well for you and your business.

  2. Doug Says:

    I suspected the new business venture was taking up all your time. Best of luck to you with this new endeavor. And once again, what cool photos!!!

  3. John Says:

    Walking is just a nice in the snow….and wind…..and cold…and well, you know, all that stuff.

  4. Marty Says:

    Sorry to hear that you’re so busy getting busy. Hopefully the quantifiable side of things starts coming in (aka the money). Love the photos, btw – very cool retro look to many of them.

  5. john grabowski Says:

    hey ,,we miss you ,,i’ve been on your site and enjoy your pictures and rides + snowshoes..we are always up to new friends , come on over some time for a walk or ride ,,good luck with the new job,,it will come together for sure ,,john

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