Just 19 more trips and
the end is in sight.
I believe the flat tire
and the dead battery
are not bad omens,
but reminders of
humanity, humility and
the harbinger of
good times to come
in this new house.

The rains have kept everyone alive
The rains have kept everyone alive

7 thoughts on “Longest move of the century

      1. Sounds like you are well organised ❤ ..Its always a bigger job than if we maybe had some magic wands .. you know Harry Potter .. n we'd graduated Hoggwarts 😉 LOL … swish it about a bit and .. done 🙂 😉 .. Well as we don't have those … & it looked like you have a lot of plants to move too .. That's what took me the longest last time … moving half my garden … that I had potted up in anticipation 🙂

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    1. Yes, that’s my transported garden all containered and ready to go in a lasagna garden, after I empty all my moving boxes, they will be the base layer under much and straw and black plastic. 😉 Yes, maple trees, lovely abundant maple trees in my garage gutters. I have to move them. I may throw them over the hill and hope that they grow tall.


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