Monthly Archives: May 2012

CHAOS!

EVERYTHING IS A MESS!

However, we made it to 3675 yesterday.

Our trusted friends at Got 2 Move (fourth time using them) got us in on time and on budget, under the direction to basically just vomit all our possessions into a pile in the middle of the living room.

Meanwhile, under the house, Randy, Travis, and Kyle were epoxying the foundation for the seismic retrofit. When the vomiting ceased upstairs and the Got 2 Move boys were paid and on their way, we all clocked out and went down to The Oaks Card Club for a good, hearty lunch, courtesy of Randy (I kind of want him to adopt me but I don’t know how to ask…). Continue reading

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Ready

Today, May 29, 2012, is our last day as San Franciscans.

Our San Francisco apartment, all packed up.

Goodbye, newlywed pad!

The movers come at 8:00 AM tomorrow morning to take us to Oakland. We will officially be LIVING in 3675, coexisting with Randy and team and the weeds as one big happy family.

Are we sad? Feeling bittersweet about leaving SF?

No, actually.

Are we excited, even though our lives will persist in a state of chaos for a while?

Yeah. Surprisingly so.

Are we packed?

Almost.

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Dry Rot, Dry Rot, We All Fall DOWN!

Dry rot.

If you aren’t currently the owner of a 100-year-old wood frame house, then those words don’t strike fear in your heart the way they now strike fear into ours.

We used to think dry rot was some flaky crap you scraped off the siding on your house before you repainted. We now know that dry rot is a MONSTER THAT CHEWS THROUGH YOUR DREAMS AND DEVOURS YOUR SOUL AND THEN DEPOSITS IT IN THE BACKED-UP STINKING TOILET OF HELL. Kinda like that one toilet in Trainspotting

Ewan McGregor crawling out of the toilet in the movie Trainspotting.

Yep, kinda like that.

Ha ha. I’m just kidding. It’s not that bad.

WAIT. I’M BEING TOTALLY SERIOUS. Continue reading

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Temples on Fire!

Status update!

We now have a LOT of fruit trees.

Fruit from our new backyard.

A sampling of product from the new Temple Cannery.

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