While I am gainfully employed here, Simon is once again being my hero: driving the SIGmobile into town to empty all the holding tanks (read – lots of poop and possibly slimy hairballs that slipped past shower drains). Then he’s filling up with water and doing all the other unknown things that he does in order to keep us happy and comfortable.
It’s pouring rain. In fact, it was raining so hard on the drive into town that I had to pull over to the side briefly because the windshield wipers weren’t keeping up and I was going too slow for the monster truck behind me.
But here I am, warm and cozy, getting laundry cleaned (yay!) and then getting myself together to shop for groceries.
I think today is going to be a beautiful down day – napping and so on. Tomorrow we tackle another big trail in Glacier.
Simon finished reading my book last night. He seems to think it’s publishable. I think he’s a tiny bit biased. That said, I will find a publisher. Meanwhile I am getting more and more itchy to start on the sequel. I have been building the skeleton – soon it will be time to actually start writing, which I will do whenever I am not being distracted by mountains and hugs and kisses and very silly games of Scrabble.