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August 11, 2006



The drive from DC to the Delaware short yesterday was especially brutal. We were unable to depart until 1400, and almost two hours to get across the Bay bridge, in a trip that is ordinarily an hour. To add insult to injury, by the time I made it to the VFW Chicken Stand in Greenwood, DE, the doors were closed, and the signed was posted "Sorry Sold Out".

However, it is Fletcher's first time to the ocean, and the little Siberian Husky is quite enamored with all the activity, wind, sand, and waves. Unfortunately, that coat of his appears to catch all the water and sand.

What I really need is are helicoper landing pads in Bethany and Vienna, and a Blackhawk on call. I could have a beater truck at each end...wishful thinking I suppose.


Yes, the Weatherman says a change is in the offing. For one thing, the wait for the next Eugene McCarthy is over.

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