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Just wanted to let everyone know I am moving to Jackson, Wyoming at the end of May to be closer to my daughter and her family. :) This may or may not be permanent, depending on how things work out. :hmm:

Mainly I am writing this to let you know I will be out of the loop for a while. I canceled my internet service due to the move and poor service from them. Make any replies you want to, but I probably won't read them for a while, until I am relocated and settled in. (Right now, I am using the public wi fi at my local library). I WILL read and respond, and will be back with a vengence in a couple of weeks. :wink:


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Hey Cattleman,

Wyoming is beautiful! We'll wait here patiently for you to log back in once you're settled into Jackson, Wyoming. ;-)

Being near your kids is so important. Good decision on your part.



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Have a nice break and successful move, Cattleman. I hope to get out to Big Wyo sometime after I retire in a couple of months.



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As a child I read a really great story about horse ranching in either Wyoming or Montana. I forget. But it really made me want to visit that neck of the woods one day.



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Now established (somewhat) in Wyoming. Weather is nice, scenery is awesome; if you have ever seen a picture of the Tetons, you will know what I mean. Getting settled in, and trying to catch up with what has been going on in Book Talk.
BTW, just started reading "The Other Einstein," a fictional biography of Albert's first wife. Will let you know if I think it would make a good discussion topic.


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