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May 20, 2005

On the Road

I'll be leaving for Washington, D.C., early Sunday, which means little or no internet access for the next week or so (starting Saturday evening). I've been skimming online apartment guides all morning to get a sense of price and location, and that's making the move a little more tangible--and exciting. If you're in DC and want to meet up (I've already talked to some of you) or have a great deal on an apartment, let me know (chutry[at]msn[dot]com).

I imagine the trip to DC will be something of an adventure in that I'll be riding up there with my parents in their RV. They've had the RV for several years now and seem to enjoy it, but to be honest, the idea of spending the night in one makes me feel like a deleted character in that Jack Nicholson film. The whole idea makes me feel like I'll be completely disconnected from the rest of the world. But the cool part is that my parents, who both have fond memories of living in Washington, are excited about the move even though I'm leaving the Atlanta area (which is why they'll be traveling with me).

I know I have two meme requests pending, so I'll work on those this evening.

Posted by chuck at May 20, 2005 4:39 PM

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Have fun in the ol' RV, Chuck, and I look forward to reading your 'threes' meme...

Good trip, good fortune on finding a place, and God bless!

Posted by: TerminalMFA at May 20, 2005 5:31 PM

I didn't realize you were moving so soon. Anyway you might find it a relief to be away from the internet for a while during the trip. Let us know when you're in Atlanta again so we can have a blogger gathering.

Posted by: Chris Martin at May 20, 2005 8:07 PM

Terminal MFA, thanks.

Chris, will do. I should be back at the end of next week, and then I'll have a month or so to say good byes.

Posted by: Chuck [TypeKey Profile Page] at May 20, 2005 9:15 PM

Hey C, shoot me an email if you get a chance. I'll be close to DC on Thurs. the 26th.

Posted by: B at May 25, 2005 10:35 PM

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