Sunday, June 20, 2010

Home

Finally. We arrived in Denver last night after 2 long days of driving, primarily by Susan. Friday we concluded that my ears were unlikely to clear for awhile and I decided to bite the bullet and suffer the ride and off we went. Many stories, such as driving 40 miles through west Texas in 100 degree heat, hoping to come upon a town with a gas station. Talk about cutting it close. But we're home, a bit stunned from the long absence but grateful for a relatively trouble free transplant (if there can be such a thing) and appreciative of the wonderful Colorado weather. It's a cool 70 degrees today, slight breeze and no noticeable humidity. More later but for now, we're back.
Dan

6 comments:

Sandy said...

Glad to hear you made the drive without major difficulties - I have done it from Arizona and there are some big gaps between gas stations that do make it a little more stressful. Now you can start with a new foundation and I intend it all continues to go well.

David said...

Nice to hear that you are home. As the Irish taxi driver told me once in Dublin (in Irish, but then translated) There's no place like the home place.

Pat and Pattie Killingsworth said...

Good luck with your clinical trial! Sounds like you are in good hands- Pat

Steven L. Ritter said...

YA !!!! Home !!!!

Now take some time to enjoy the digs again...

Steven

John said...

Home, the best place to heal.

Be well Dan.

sailor said...

Dear Dan and Susan,

Welcome home. It feels great to know you are just across town. Take good care of yourself and all you love. Welcome, welcome home, all!

Hugs,

sailor