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The End Is Nigh!

Today is my last day at work.  They don't have a replacement for me yet, so whoever they hire is just gonna have to puzzle stuff out by themselves.

Payday is today, and I think they're going to try to give me another check for this week plus my vacation time.

Once I get off work, I have to run to the library, since I missed a few of my grandfather's books when I dropped off the donations Wednesday.  If I get a check from work, I'll have to stop at the bank.  Then I have to drive way out of my way to drop off the cable modem at the Cox office in Oceanside.

And then it's time to pack my car.   I sure hope I can get everything in there without blocking my vision too badly.  I wish I'd had time to install a hitch so I could rent a trailer or at least buy one of those hitch luggage racks.  I'm so glad I didn't buy a bicycle a while back.

My network has been disassembled and my computers shut down, so I won't have Internet access after I leave work (except via my cellphone, or by tethering my phone to my PDA).

First thing tomorrow morning, I'm hitting the road.   I probably won't be coming back.

Damn, I forgot to stop at Costco this morning to buy gas.  Trying to fill up in the afternoon is an exercise in patience, which I don't have right now.  I'll have to hit the Costco station in Temecula on my way out tomorrow morning.

So much to do, so much to do....

EDIT:  Whoops, before I leave work, I have to disassemble my chair and cram it into the car.  Wheee!  More stuff to do!


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blazerraccoon
Jun. 30th, 2006 05:21 pm (UTC)
umm, I guess I missed alot....starting anew in a new town? what are your plans?
captpackrat
Jun. 30th, 2006 06:32 pm (UTC)
For now, I'm just going to stay with animale in Nebraska, at least until the house is sold and I get my share of it. I'm not sure what I'm going to do after that. I'm thinking of maybe using the money to buy a couple apartment buildings, that way I can not only have a place to live but a place that actually makes money instead of consuming it.
blazerraccoon
Jun. 30th, 2006 07:31 pm (UTC)
wow, sounds exciting actually....being self employed and having the opportunity to just move anywhere you choose.

If you're serious about buying some rental properties, you should do some chatting with jugularjaguar, he's been a pro landlord for some time now.

Good luck!
romamink
Jun. 30th, 2006 06:59 pm (UTC)
Sooo...where are you going? o.o
altivo
Jul. 1st, 2006 12:06 am (UTC)
Getting out of California is probably not all that bad an idea. I sincerely hope it works out well for you. Don't stay too long out of touch, we'll all be wondering what happened.
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