Scrambling about

I apologize to those of you with recent unanswered comments and forum posts. The wife, little man and I are heading up to the Oregon coast on Wednesday for a week of mischief and mayhem, so I’ve been running around trying to button up last minute details. It’s been far too long since my last vacation.

I really need to get away…

I’ll try to get caught up before I leave, but that may be a little overly ambitious of me. At any rate, I’ll try to check in now and again during my 4th of July weekend madness. Unfortunately, being a sole proprietor means that I have no one to hold down the fort while I’m away. Therefore, the laptop will be coming with me. Sometimes I miss having a “job”.

Being in business for yourself has its perks, but occasionally I miss working 40 hours per week as opposed to 60.

WTB paid vacation… :-\

9 thoughts on “Scrambling about”

  1. Figures the NDA would be lifted when you go away on vacation! Have a good one, and be prepared to soak up tons of new info when you return.

    • Yeah, it’s pretty nice. Great place to get away.

      We won’t be doing much in the way of healthy activity though. It’ll be a week filled with beer, bonfires, barbecue and barreling through the dunes in sand rails and other high speed off-road toys.

      Should be fun. 🙂

  2. Dang I was playing Alan Wake last night and when I read “Oregon” and long awaited vacation that’s what I immediately thought of. Have fun though XD

    …just pack lots flashlights…

  3. Dont worry Garwulf, I’ll hold down the fort.


    Only kidding, have a good time! If you’ve never been to Oregon, you’ll be amazed how green it is. I heard the fishing is great too.

    • WOOT! Too bad I’ll likely miss it. 🙁

      Maybe we should have a bi-monthly scheduled drunk forum chat on weekends. Good idea. 😉

      I’ve been up there a half a dozen times, but it’s been about four years since I was there last. I’m looking forward to it.

      It’ll be nice to push away from the desk for a week, spend some quality time with friends and family, and unwind a little.


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