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Not much going on today. My youngest son came for a visit; he lives in Woodland Park, where I used to live before I sold my house. It was good to see him again, the last time I saw him was last summer.
All of this communication with the Internet and cell phones makes keeping up with all of your relatives easy. For example, when I had to write letters to friends and relatives, and long-distance phone calls cost a fortune, no one heard from me very often. But now, sending an email or a text message takes a few seconds, so I hear from everybody all the time, even if I don't get to see them that often.
I'm still slowly taking things out of the bronco so I can sell it. I'm not really hurrying because I don't think selling it will be a big problem; so far, finding another one I can live with is more difficult. And when you figure that I was paying attention to truck campers for sale when I was in Arizona and New Mexico without finding much interesting, this is turning out to be more difficult than I thought.
If I wanted to spend 30 or $40,000 for a relatively new model, it wouldn't be a problem. Still, since I'm looking for something far less expensive, it seems like I'm looking in the same financial range as many other folks, so not much is available, and they seem to get sold pretty quick.
I sure would be unhappy if it comes this Fall, and I would be sitting here in Denver with nothing to travel in except the Arctic Fox. I never thought I would say that because I love the Arctic Fox so much, but the thought of dragging a trailer down the road that is so limited in where I take it will be a real downer for me after the kind of mobility I had last winter.
This is the gigantic Japanese Moth named Mothra. And according to the movie, by the same name, this huge moth has revenge more devastating than any man-made weapon, Martha defies warplanes, and wrecks ocean liners, smashes dams and bridges, Mothra creates hurricanes, Mothra is enveloped in a shell no human force can penetrate, Mothra is indestructible, all-powerful, and indescribable!!!
This giant Moth scared me 61 years ago, and I still feel a twinge of fear all these years later staring at the incredible beast known only as Mothra! Although he does seem a wee bit smaller than in the movies, and maybe he just got mad because all those Japanese people were shooting at him. But I'm still glad I'm not on an ocean liner, a bridge, or a dam. Or I wouldn't stand a chance being this close to MOTHRA!.
My youngest son visited today, and since he knew one of the trees in my daughter's front yard had broken limbs from the last snowstorm he brought his climbing equipment and took out all the bad limbs.
Cutting down dangerous trees that are going to fall on someone's house, or power lines, is what he does for a living.
Since I showed some of the fish my oldest son has been catching, in the next few days I will show some pictures of what my youngest son has been up to.