Our things arrived earlier today and we have to unload all the boxes into the garage so they come take this thing away and not charge us for an extra month of rental.

I will have to pat myself on the back for deciding that a fully detail inventory of each box was a must, even if the extremely detailed missus thought it was overkill. We have been living out of a couple of suitcases and boxes for a week and she was in need of a few packed things which were located fast by just checking the list and finding the appropriate box.

I’ll be unloading and segregating boxes all day tomorrow so blogging might might be scarce. I still owe you guys a write up about a meeting I had with local folks and visitors, but I am waiting for a couple of things, mostly to show off. However I did some shooting with the sweetest silenced lever action .22LR you could ever imagine, courtesy of the host. I could not but think about the line in that movie “Welcome to Tennessee, patron state of shootin’ stuff.”

PS: Newspapers here are as bad and lefty as down in Miami and 90 miles past that. I am going to give myself 6 months before I cut them off because I need to know the players, but I believe the news game is as rigged as anywhere else.

PS: I think the house will be officially sold next week.  Wish us luck.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

9 thoughts on “And we finally are moved.”
  1. You know, that conex would look really good buried in my back yard. Even with my 18 inch ground water table.

  2. Well, congrats.

    We’ll be waiting on the pics of the gun room / underground bunker / secret lair.

  3. Detailed inventory is good. We had three mini-containers of Stuff, a bit over half the moving boxes still (after a year and a half) aren’t yet unpacked, and, owing to our not having kept a list of what was in which box, I keep having to go to basement or barn to rummage through them.
    I’ve just started an unpacking program: every week or so, buy three new large shelving units, assemble them in the basement, and organize stored stuff onto them. I expect the first three to fill up with books, CDs, and DVDs.
    (Most of my boxes were marked with approximations of where I expected to put the contents, rather than a list of contents, because during the packing phase (which spanned three years or so) we didn’t yet know how we’d be handling loading & unloading, and listing actual contents on the boxes seemed inadvisable: “large gold bricks”, “Clinton blackmail files”, “illudium Q38 explosive space modulator”, and so on. Putting a detailed, or even semi-detailed, list on a computer seemed like too much work at the time.)

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