I've got the urge to go camping somewhere, but I don't know where, or even if I should. I have things I wanted to get done while here in Denver and so far my laziness and propensity for procrastination has limited what I've been able to accomplish.
I wanted to sell some guns and so far I've only sold five. I had hoped that I would sell a lot more than that, but it's been rather time-consuming dealing with the emails, the questions about the guns, and staying within phone range so I can have the Internet to answer questions, so I haven't put any more guns up for sale even though I would really like to get a few more guns out of my life.
I also wanted to change a few things on the Arctic Fox. I've been carrying a brand-new in the box Fantastic vent fan around for years with the intention of removing the crummy vent fan from the bathroom vent and installing the Fantastic fan which will be a quieter and more efficient vent for the bathroom, and add to the air circulation on hot days. But for reasons known only to those who procrastinate, I always have an excuse not to do it. It's too hot, it's too cold, I'll get around to it one day.
Something that's really important is I need to renew the tag for the truck by the end of July and this is something I can't put off. But before I can renew the tag the truck has to pass a very strict diesel emissions test, which has to be done by a Denver licensed diesel emissions tester, which frequently, and not surprisingly, happens to be diesel repair shops. So the guys that make their living repairing diesel trucks get to decide if your diesel truck needs repair. Government planning at its finest.
I really wanted to get signed up for the VA hospital this summer. I've never wanted to sign up before always considering it a place where old GI's go to die, but recently I found out that I'm older today than I was yesterday, and since that appears to be a continuing process I assume that one day I will get sick and need to be put down, and from what I understand no one is better at that than the VA hospital.
So here I sit trying to figure out if I should do something fun, or something that really needs to get done. If I didn't have a one track mind I could do both. If I wasn't lazy I would've done everything a long time ago. But fortunately I'm a procrastinator so I'm not gonna worry about it until next week.